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Online privacy bill removes first internal hurdle

WASHINGTON — Bipartisan legislation to establish broad privacy rights for consumers was approved by a House subcommittee on Thursday, adding to its momentum.

Lawmakers approved the bill, US Data Privacy and Protection Act, in an unopposed vote. It now goes to the full Energy and Commerce Committee for a vote. The bill still faces a long and potentially difficult journey, especially in the Senate.


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