US lawmakers release updated APRA ahead of markup session

21/06/2024 | IAPP

On Thursday, 21 June 2024, the lawmakers in the US House of Representatives released a significantly updated version of the draft American Privacy Rights Act (APRA). The latest 184-page version is available courtesy of Punchbowl News. 

The draft is scheduled for markup in the full House Energy and Commerce Committee on 27 June. The IAPP overviews the changes and discusses the upcoming markup session. 

Ahead of the session, the IAPP has posted a summary of the initial reactions from various stakeholders.

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