Mar 102015
 
 March 10, 2015  Business, Featured News, Govt, Laws, U.S.

Caleb Skeath writes:

As we reported yesterday, the Congressional Privacy Bill has been released, following the release of the White House’s proposal for a privacy bill in late February.  The bill contains the Commercial Privacy Rights Act of 2015, the Congressional counterpart to the White House’s proposal, along with data breach notification provisions and the “Do Not Track Kids Act of 2015,” which proposes substantial revisions to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).  As with the White House proposal, the Privacy Rights Act would implement a comprehensive regime of substantive privacy requirements.  Our analysis of the Commercial Privacy Rights Act is below, and we will separately post further analysis of the data breach provisions as well as the Do Not Track Kids Act.

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