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In his annual State of American Business speech, U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue urged Congress to end legislative gridlock and pass privacy legislation, the Los Angeles Times reports. Regulation overruling state laws would allow for consistent compliance and extend protections across the country, the chamber has argued. “Washington’s inability to make progress on data privacy is resulting in a patchwork of state rules and regulations that will stifle the free flow of goods and services across state borders,” Donohue said. “Can you imagine running a company when you have 50 different state sets of standards to comply with?” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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