By Allison Grande (January 3, 2021, 12:02 PM EST) -- California's landmark privacy law and looming changes to strengthen those rules are poised to keep companies busy in 2021, while state legislatures and Congress are expected to jumpstart efforts derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic to rein in how businesses use and share personal information.
How the transition to a Democratic Biden administration impacts the Federal Trade Commission's privacy and data security enforcement efforts and the future health of transatlantic data flows will also bear watching, experts say.
"2021 promises to be the most eventful year for consumer privacy law this country has ever seen," said Alan Friel, a California-based privacy partner...
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