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Democratic Senators Introduce New Privacy Bill


Democratic Senators Ed Markey of Massachusetts and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut have introduced the Privacy Bill of Rights. The bill would require edge providers to receive opt-in consent to use, share or sell users' personal info. Even though it would not extend opt-in to data collection, the Privacy Bill of Rights would require edge providers to notify users of such collection.

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