It's clear at this point that the momentum has shifted in favor of a federal privacy bill in the U.S. The questions are: What will that bill look like, who will sponsor something both the tech community and advocates can live with, and will it actually happen this year? Joseph Jerome, CIPP/US, policy counsel at the Center for Democracy and Technology in Washington, has been dead center on the federal privacy bill debate for some time now and took a leading role at the CDT in drafting their own bill. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Jerome discusses the difficulties inherent in trying to pass a bill that pleases everybody — or at least one that the disparate and myriad stakeholders can live with.
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