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May 20, 2024

Ep. 3.05: Is Congress About to Enact a National Data Privacy Law?

Bona Fide Needs

Last month, Congress began considering the American Privacy Rights Act, or the APRA. The bill has rare bipartisan support and could pass this year. If Congress enacts the APRA, it will establish the first national privacy and data security standard for the United States.

In this episode of Bona Fide Needs, Ron Lee, Jami Vibbert, Amy Davenport, and James Courtney from Arnold & Porter discuss what’s in the APRA, whether it can pass, and what it means for government contractors.

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