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Daily Dashboard | States work to create privacy laws in the absence of a federal rule Related reading: Martin Abrams: A look back at a career in information privacy and consumer policy



Government Technology reports on the work states have done to create privacy laws in the absence of an overarching federal rule. State legislators have begun to pitch and pass their own laws, as they understand a federal bill would take some time to pass. “The federal government has made themselves functionally irrelevant to so many of the pressing public issues of our day,” said State Sen. Reuven Carlyle, D-Wash. “Even if Congress decided to do this tomorrow, it would still take them five years.” As those laws are crafted, state chief privacy officers and information technology departments have examined their practices to ensure they handle data in the proper manner.
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