US Congress needs to pass ADPPA and stop 'missing opportunities'

08/08/2022 | The Washington Post

An op-ed from the Washington Post Editorial Board has urged US Congress to pass the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act. The board said that Congress has missed several opportunities to pass federal privacy legislation but can change the narrative by concluding "enough people should be happy with enough things to push it through to passage." The board also addressed arguments from California regarding preemption, noting the ADPPA is "more robust in almost every important area" compared to California privacy law.

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