Does US Congress have time to pass the proposed ADPPA?

21/11/2022 | The Hill

Center for AI and Digital Policy founder and President Marc Rotenberg wrote an op-ed for The Hill about whether the US Congress can succeed in its efforts to pass federal privacy legislation within the 2022 legislative calendar. Rotenberg said while the debate around the provisions included in the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act, along with those that are omitted, are problematic, public attitudes toward technology companies are a more significant consideration. Rotenberg wrote: "Tech lobbyists no longer hold the pen on legislation." 

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