American Consumers Deserve Robust, Consistent Data Protection
MPA supports a national privacy framework that ensures consumers have clear, enforceable data privacy protections; control over the use of their personal information; and greater transparency into businesses’ data protection practices, while preserving the benefits that come from the responsible use of data.
MPA believes that consumers are best served by a single national data privacy law instead of a patchwork of potentially conflicting state laws. Without a national consumer privacy framework, states should create consistency among themselves.
Magazine Media Publishers Call for National Privacy Framework
Magazine Media Publishers Call for Consistent Data Standards
- MPA submits comments to the California Privacy Protection Agency on the CPRA, November 8, 2021
- MPA joins industry letter urging Uniform Law Commission to exclude a private right of action from model privacy legislation, July 1, 2021
- MPA and other trade associations submit letter in opposition of the New York Privacy Act, May 26, 2021
- MPA submits letter on Alaska consumer privacy legislation, May 11, 2021
- MPA letter on the enforcement mechanisms of the Washington Privacy Act, March 9, 2021