Here We Go Again: Another Attempt at a Comprehensive Federal Data Privacy Law

Following the introduction of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2018, the lack of a comparable federal regulation in the United States has led many states to enact their own consumer data privacy protection acts, and many more are set to adopt such laws in the near future. The difficulties associated with complying with this growing patchwork of state laws have caused many to believe that a single federal standard is needed….
By: Burr & Forman
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