Serious discussion of a federal privacy law has been going on since 2018. It’s now four years later and the US is the only major country in the world that doesn’t have federal data protection. For example, the UK has the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Russia, Japan, and Egypt all have their own versions of federal data protection in place. In the US we have always relied on state-level and local laws as opposed to the government putting something together for the entire nation.
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