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Daily Dashboard | Wong: CPBR Gives Framework for National Privacy Discussion Related reading: The Privacy Advisor's top 10 news stories of 2018

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As The Privacy Advisor reported earlier this week, President Barack Obama’s release of the proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act (CPBR) has been met with an array of reactions. Among the recent reports on the CPBR, The National Law Review and Lexology examine the bill in detail. And the reaction pieces include Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) stating the CPBR “lacks the necessary teeth to hold companies accountable for their privacy policies and to ensure robust protections for consumers’ information,” while the Technology Policy Institute’s Thomas M. Lenard suggests it marks a step toward “regulating the Internet.” In a piece for The Christian Science Monitor, former White House Deputy Chief Technology Officer Nicole Wong writes, “What we need today is a framework for a national discussion about privacy regulation, and that is what the White House has given us.”
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