Nov 082018
 November 8, 2018  Posted by  Business, Govt, Laws

Ryan Chiavetta reports:

The push for a comprehensive federal U.S. privacy law continues to grow. Senate committees have held hearings and lawmakers have drafted bills, all in the hopes of producing the definitive set of rules.

Intel has now become the latest entity to throw its proposal into the ring. The tech company has released a draft bill for a federal law it hopes would regulate consumer privacy without impacting innovation. Intel did not just release a draft bill, however, but also an online portal where, until Nov. 19, privacy professionals and the public can discuss the merits of the proposed rules and where improvements could be made.

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