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As more state laws hit the books, businesses are more adamant than ever Congress needs to pass a federal data privacy law. If lawmakers don’t rise to the occasion, which government agency might?
The Federal Trade Commission is considering new rulemaking around commercial surveillance and lax data security practices while assessing whether other laws in place need to be updated, agency Chair Lina Khan said in a recent speech.
The Federal Trade Commission under new Chair Lina Khan is wasting no time in restoring its power to reshape rulemaking and enforcement, but doing so without proper time for public input is an early cause for concern.