The Business Roundtable, a group of more than 200 retailers, tech companies and financial institutions, plans to release recommendations for a federal U.S. privacy law, The Washington Post reports. The Business Roundtable seeks for data-collection requirements to be universal across all industries and for the Federal Trade Commission to receive more enforcement authority and resources. The group also recommends a streamline of current federal data-collection laws to avoid any regulatory conflicts, a national data breach notification law, and considerations for the impact a federal privacy law would have on small businesses. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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