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A third version of the Washington Privacy Act has been introduced with a broader scope and certain provisions that may signal an effort to compromise on some contested issues. The draft includes new sections for “data privacy regarding public health emergencies” related to COVID-19 and processing personal data for contact tracing, precludes a private right of action, and proposes changes to enforcement and preemption, according to an analysis from IAPP Legal Research Fellow Cathy Cosgrove.
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