Senate Commerce Hearing On Privacy

Senate stakeholders appear no closer to resolving the two key impasses in privacy legislation: preemption and a private right of action. A week after the introduction of the “Setting an American Framework to Ensure Data Access, Transparency, and Accountability (SAFE DATA) Act” (S.4626) was introduced, the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee held a hearing … Continue reading Senate Commerce Hearing On Privacy

Another Federal Privacy Bill

Senate Commerce Republicans revise and release privacy bill that does not budge on main issues setting them apart from their Democratic colleagues. Last week, in advance of tomorrow’s hearing on privacy legislation, the chair and key Republicans released a revised version of draft legislation released last year to mark their position on what United States … Continue reading Another Federal Privacy Bill

Senate Commerce Democrats Unveil Privacy Bill

The last bill we examined on privacy and data security was Representatives Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Zoe Lofgren’s (D-CA) the “Online Privacy Act of 2019” (H.R. 4978), a long, comprehensive bill that has little chance of being enacted as it is. Another such bill has been introduced by Senate Democratic stakeholders that takes a comprehensive … Continue reading Senate Commerce Democrats Unveil Privacy Bill