JUN 26, 2019 | US
Progress on federal data privacy bill slows in both chambers
CQ Roll Call, June 25, 2019
By Gopal Ratnam
“We would love for a bill to get done this year,” Craig Albright, vice president of legislative strategy at The Software Alliance, said in an email. “That’s up to Congress, of course, but we are optimistic that both the Senate and House committee chairmen will be able to forge consensus this year on strong, comprehensive privacy protections.”
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