Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights Act Proposed

Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights
Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights
Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights

Senators Kerry and McCain recently introduced legislation to create the first “Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights.” The bill prevents companies from collecting and distributing users’ information without consent. But, the new rules are only applicable to sensitive religious, medical or financial data. Read the full article at

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