Apr 302020
 
 April 30, 2020  Posted by  Business, Laws, U.S.

Issie Lapowsky reports:

Microsoft’s multiyear effort to get privacy legislation passed in its home state of Washington came up short for a second time last month when state legislators couldn’t agree on a compromise version of what would have become the Washington Privacy Act.

But the losses at home haven’t stopped Microsoft from trying elsewhere. Protocol has identified four other states — Arizona, Hawaii, Illinois and Minnesota — where the company is trying to get versions of the Washington legislation passed.

Read more on Protocol.

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