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Daily Dashboard | Why FTC rulemaking pales in comparison to proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act Related reading: A view from Brussels: The latest on the DSA, DMA and Privacy Shield

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In a piece for Lawfare, Brookings Institution Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow Cameron Kerry discusses how proposed U.S. Federal Trade Commission privacy rulemaking is motivation, not a substitute, for passing the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act. Kerry breaks down the "long, tortuous road" that is the FTC rulemaking process while also explaining FTC commissioners "are conscious that the ADPPA addresses many of the issues raised," with all five commissioners happy to defer to the ADPPA if U.S. Congress can finalize it before rulemaking is complete.
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