Where Does America Stand on a National Digital Privacy Law?

One lawyer says momentum for a federal bill could start as early as January

Stu Ingis believes any federal digital privacy law should be opt-out, not opt-in like GDPR.

Earlier this month, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) became enforceable. Seventeen other states have proposed similar digital privacy bills, according to law firm Husch Blackwell, that, if passed, would create a patchwork of laws governing the use of online data.

@andrewblustein andrew.blustein@adweek.com Andrew Blustein is a programmatic reporter at Adweek.
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