Retailers Welcome Action But Say House Bill Fails to Create a Uniform National Privacy Law
The National Retail Federation called on the House to move cautiously on federal privacy legislation, saying a measure approved today by the Energy and Commerce Committee fails to establish a single national standard for U.S. data privacy law.
“We appreciate that the committee has worked tirelessly to improve this bill during the subcommittee and full committee processes,” NRF Senior Vice President for Government Relations David French said. “The legislation adopted today appropriately revised a provision to safeguard customer loyalty programs that help make everyday necessities..."
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