As we forge ahead in the data-driven economy, it is imperative to develop public policies that can effectively match its pace.
Unfortunately, conflicting privacy regulations at the federal and state level are creating a high level of uncertainty around compliance, disproportionately impacting small businesses striving to maintain competitiveness.
On the latest episode of Cause for Action, James Locke, director of legislative affairs at ILR is joined by Jordan Crenshaw, senior vice president at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC). Together they explore the evolving landscape of inconsistent federal and state data privacy laws and regulations, highlighting how private rights of action create excessive liability exposure and uncertainty for companies.
James and Jordan also discuss the challenges that the patchwork of state laws pose on businesses in terms of compliance, innovation, and the potential financial penalties associated with data privacy violations.
Join us as we unravel the complexities of these emerging trends and their implications for the business world.