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Daily Dashboard | Washington state debates reintroduced privacy bill   Related reading: Martin Abrams: A look back at a career in information privacy and consumer policy




The Washington State Legislature Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee held its first public hearing on a reintroduced version of the Washington Privacy Act Wednesday. Public comment from technology, retail and other industries, as well as consumer advocates, ranged from support from those who said the proposal could and should serve as a national model to those who raised concerns regarding the bill's granting exclusive enforcement authority to the Washington attorney general, a lack of private right of action for consumers and the preemption of local laws. Some also argued against its regulations on commercial uses of facial recognition, IAPP Staff Writer Jennifer Bryant reports for The Privacy Advisor.
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