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Consensus to act on data privacy prompts questions of who should regulate and what

April 10, 2019 |
Rick Weber
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An emerging consensus on the need for federal action to protect consumer data and privacy leaves open key questions about who should regulate and what should be protected, with a key Republican member of the Federal Trade Commission suggesting Congress is prematurely moving ahead with proposals for a national data law.

“The most significant thing we can do for consumer data privacy is to improve data security,” said FTC's Noah Phillips on Tuesday at the start of a two-day...

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