2023 could be a big year for US privacy law

13/01/2023 | The Hill

Former US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) acting chairman and commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen said that policymakers made "meaningful progress" on passing consumer privacy legislation last year and believes further progress can be made in 2023. Ohlhausen added that the FTC is looking at ways to protect consumer privacy, and private-sector leaders can take proactive steps. "Together this could help make sure that 2023 is the year we make big progress on privacy," she said.

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