EFF calls for stronger protections than in the current APRA

19/04/2024 | Electronic Frontier Federation

The Electronic Frontier Federation (EFF) is calling for authors of the American Privacy Rights Act (APRA) to strengthen parts of the bill. The EFF is concerned the APRA, in its current form, would preempt states from having stronger privacy laws in the future. EFF argues that data sharing with the government should be limited and that Americans should have the right to bring legal action against companies for privacy violations.

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