CNBC reports the U.S. Chamber of Commerce came out against U.S. Congress moving forward with the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act. In a draft letter to Congress seen by CNBC, the chamber initially deemed the discussion draft "unworkable and should be rejected" before backpedaling on a rejection. Noted issues included the draft bill's approach to preemption and reiteration of the chamber's opposition to the inclusion of a private right of action in any form. Editor's note: The IAPP's Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, CIPP/US, CIPM, Müge Fazlioglu, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, and Joe Duball wrote on aspects of the draft proposal.
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