As we approach the one year anniversary of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Microsoft has outlined its vision for a US version of the regulation that would make it easier for consumers to protect their data.
The company’s corporate vice president and deputy general counsel, Julie Brill explained in a blog post that consumers’ understanding of their right to privacy has been a driving force behind the global movement to modernize privacy laws.
Currently there are multiple state laws on data privacy including California’s Consumer Privacy Act and Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act but no action has been taken on the federal level even after several senators have proposed their own bills.
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