A Look At US Data Privacy Laws 1 Year After GDPR

By Robert Bowman and David Stauss (June 21, 2019, 8:07 PM EDT) -- There is a new European migration entering into the jurisprudence of the United States. This new migration of thought is the recognition and protection of an individual's right to privacy extended to include the information generally collected about them in the marketplace and their digital footprint.

While the U.S. has regulated the use and handling of certain personal or customer data in various industries such as health care, education and financial industries, only a few states currently have legislation that generally recognizes privacy rights of individuals regarding their personal information. Most notably, California currently implements notice and reporting requirements for companies...

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