TechTarget Features Braden Perry in Feds Debate While States Act on Data Privacy Laws Article
The California Consumer Privacy Act gives residents the right to control where their personal information is stored and how it is used. Since passing back in 2018, other states have followed in California’s footsteps towards state data privacy laws, including Maine, Nevada, and Virginia. Other states have gone in a different direction. Maryland recently passed a tax on digital advertising for businesses, which is already facing a federal lawsuit. Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York could soon follow suit.
The momentum to regulate big tech at the state level could light a fire under Congress, said Braden Perry, a regulatory compliance attorney at Kennyhertz Perry Attorneys at Law in Kansas City, Mo.
“No one wants a 50-state system of anything, with differing standards in all 50 states,” Perry said. “Multiple states with multiple regimes would likely be the catalyst needed to embrace the inevitable and establish a federal legislative framework.”
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