federal privacy legislation

A New Federal Privacy Law Could Come from an Unexpected PlaceAs we continue to watch the slow motion, often circular efforts in Congress to develop and enact comprehensive privacy legislation, federal action on privacy could end up coming from some surprising places.

By this, we mean it might not come from Senators Cantwell or Wicker, who have championed the leading, competing privacy bills in

In case you missed it, last week (on November 30), the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced that it would convene a series of virtual listening sessions on privacy, equity, and civil rights. According to NTIA, the sessions (scheduled for December 14, 15, and 16) will provide data for a report on “the ways