Feb 072019
 February 7, 2019  Posted by  Laws

Catherine Chapman reports:

The tech regulation debate is heating up stateside, with legislation appearing at every level of government, attempting to detail what consumer protections in the age of data-driven decision making should look like.

Lawmakers in Washington have been the latest to throw their two cents into the ring, introducing an overarching privacy law that aims to give consumers added control over their data.

The bill, aptly named the Washington Privacy Act, was brought forward last month and outlines proposed protections similar to that of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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