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Daily Dashboard | Why US privacy legislation should include 'data stewards' Related reading: The EU's DMA and DSA: Why this should be of interest to privacy pros

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In an blog post for the Information Accountability Foundation, Lynn Goldstein, CIPP/US, writes that while the U.S Federal Trade Commission touted the inclusion of “information fiduciaries” at recent hearings regarding what the future of U.S. privacy legislation may resemble, “data stewards” would be more applicable. She writes that while the FTC noted “information fiduciaries” would serve to protect consumers from the dangers posed by data collection, use and sharing, “the role of the data steward has moved beyond custodian of the data and the obligations that come with the data to one that ascertains the outcomes are legal, fair and just to the various stakeholders. Future data stewards must be stakeholder interest focused."
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