Cordell Faculty Director Professor Neil Richards and Cordell Affiliate Fellow Professor Woodrow Hartzog have released a new article analyzing the draft U.S. data privacy bill, referring to the American Data Privacy and Protection Act as “the most significant bipartisan privacy legislation introduced in more than a decade… represent[ing] a sincere attempt to move beyond the ineffective ‘notice and choice’ approach to privacy that has been the hallmark of U.S. legislators since the days of dial-up modems.”

They indicate that “possibly the most significant part of the bill—and the response bill from Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash. —  are ‘duties of loyalty,’ which in theory would require organizations to act in our best interests when processing data and designing services.”

Published by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, you can download and/or read their article below:

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