By Allison Grande (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- Momentum is expected to build significantly in 2019 for the enactment of a comprehensive federal privacy framework in the U.S., while the pair of laws that played a major role in fueling these efforts — California's landmark Consumer Privacy Act and the European Union's General Data Protection Act — will continue to loom large, according to attorneys.
Here, experts flag the top policy developments in the privacy and cybersecurity world that they'll be tracking closely in the upcoming year.
Federal Privacy Legislation Picking Up Steam
Privacy law in the U.S. has long consisted of a patchwork of state-level protections and federal...
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