U.S. Legislative Resources

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The Future of Privacy Forum provides expert, independent analysis of legislative and regulatory approaches to protecting data privacy interests. FPF does not typically support or oppose particular bills, but instead focuses on analyzing proposals in relation to existing privacy frameworks, sharing information on current data practices and technologies, and ensuring that data governance strategies are future-looking and adaptable.

FPF also engages with the broader privacy community through reports, blog posts, webinars, and educational programs such as the CPRA Law + Tech Series. It is our view that robust and durable policy outcomes can be achieved when all stakeholders are equipped to understand the key technologies, business practices, and legal mechanisms available to regulate privacy and data protection. FPF’s legislation work is led by Keir Lamont, Director.

Enacted U.S. State Comprehensive Privacy Laws

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Key U.S. State Sectoral Privacy Laws

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Legislative Topic Areas

Educational Webinars
Child Privacy
Artificial Intelligence
Defining Covered Data
Additional Issues

This page has been updated as of July 2023.