Republican privacy bill would set U.S. rules, pre-empt California: senator


A draft consumer privacy bill written by Republican U.S. Senator Roger Wicker's staff would set nationwide rules for handling of personal information online and elsewhere and override state laws, including one in California set to take effect next year. (Reuters Politics) More More

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