Lauren Feiner reports:
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., just unveiled her new proposal for digital privacy legislation, including a new federal agency to enforce consumers’ privacy rights online.
It adds to a growing stack of bills aimed at empowering consumers with new digital rights and keeping tech companies’ data collection in check.
In a Medium post announcing the bill, Gillibrand name-checks Google and Facebook as just a couple of the tech companies that have capitalized on users’ data.
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