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Data privacy is the “big thing” for individuals and business entities and is the focus of legislative initiatives across the United States and the world. This Briefing will compare the newly-enacted California Consumer Privacy Act to other data privacy statutes and regulations and consider whether a single nationwide standard might emerge.
Please join Gail L. Gottehrer, Ronald J. Hedges, Alfred J. Saikali, and Kenneth J. Withers as they address:
- Questions raised by the California Act
- Comparisons between the Act and the GDPR as well as the New York State DFS regulations
- The role of the Federal Trade Commission in regulating privacy
- Creating a uniform national standard for data privacy