House Panel Advances Data Privacy Bill, With Changes Ahead

By Allison Grande (June 23, 2022, 9:54 PM EDT) -- The House's consumer protection subcommittee voted Thursday to move a bipartisan data privacy bill to the full Energy and Commerce Committee, although key lawmakers promised to further "refine" the proposal to resolve two long-standing issues that have derailed previous efforts. 

The House subcommittee's move to mark up H.R. 8152, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act, and seven other bills came just over a week after the subcommittee convened a hearing to gather feedback on a discussion draft of the proposed national data privacy framework that a trio of congressional leaders introduced earlier this month.  

The ADPPA, which was formally introduced in the...

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