Brookings Scholars Warn: GDPR And CCPA Are Only The Beginning

U.S. businesses are working hard to comply with the GDPR, while preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).  

But that may be only the start of what they face: The GDPR and CCPA could be the benchmarks for federal privacy legislation, according to Brookings scholars.

For example, many …

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  1. Craig Mcdaniel from Sweepstakes Today LLC, December 23, 2019 at 11:07 p.m.

    What seems to be missing is what options to the publishers have. Many like my company don't do business in Europe and no plans to do so. That's understandable to many. However when it comes to the demands of California, this becomes an another issue. Who to say that a publisher can not simply opted out of doing business in California? This sounds silly but who to say that the rules set by one state is superior over the other state?

    Personally, I think the existing privacy laws are good enough. So why do we need more?

    The point of the question is, why shouldn't privacy laws be made in the hall of congress insteads of the chamber of one state?

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