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April 4, 2019

In the News Today – April 4, 2019

DOJ Chief Privacy Officer Calls for Single, Preemptive Federal Data Privacy Law:
Speaking at a privacy forum hosted by the American Enterprise Institute yesterday, Department of Justice Acting Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer Peter Winn criticized the growing trend of states passing individual data privacy statutes, calling the resulting patchwork of laws “unworkable for industry.” (Bloomberg Law )

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