Senate Democrats Float Privacy Bill, but Bipartisan Deal Remains Elusive

Legislation from Democrat Maria Cantwell would give consumers more control over personal data

WASHINGTON—A group of Senate Democrats introduced a consumer-data privacy bill without Republican support, the latest indication that bipartisan negotiations still haven’t produced a compromise that can pass a divided Congress.

香蕉视频苹果下载The bill led by Sen. Maria Cantwell (D., Wash.), the top Democrat on the Senate Commerce Committee, aims to give consumers more say over information collected about them online and would impose new responsibilities on companies to prevent privacy violations.

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