Google Apple Amazon Tech Companies Testify Data Privacy, Sep 26 2018

2018-09-26T10:00:34-04:00

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Executives from Amazon, Apple, AT&T, Google, Twitter and Charter Communications testified on data privacy before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. The committee is considering drafting legislation that seeks to address consumer data privacy while balancing compliance costs for businesses. The hearing was spurred by recent data privacy laws passed in California and the European Union, which have caused concern among businesses and stakeholders that they might soon be dealing with a legislative patchwork absent comprehensive legislation from Congress. After the hearing, Chair John Thune (R-SD) took questions from reporters.

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