Senate Democrats Unveil Online Privacy Bill


Security system in network space

Security system in network space

WASHINGTON, DC —Senate Democrats are unveiling a sweeping online privacy bill.Washington Senator Maria Cantwell introduced the bill, hoping to bring attention to the stalled effort for a bipartisan bill.

The bill would give users the right to see and delete any personal information that companies collect about them.It also forces tech firms, including Google and Facebook, to explain in clear language what they are doing with that data.

It gives users more control over their data, including banning third-parties from accessing it without their permission.The bill also gives the Federal Trade Commission the ability to go after companies that violate privacy rights.The final area it covers is ensuring civil rights protections in the digital age.

Senate Democrats Unveil Online Privacy Bill

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