From Drone Hobbyists Angered By Congress Ending the Aerial Wild West:
But it will also significantly change the ground rules for users of products that have grown enormously popular, generating a following among fiercely independent purchasers who want to fly with limited or no restrictions.
Replace “purchasers” with website owners and “fly” with “have a web presence” and you’ll get my drift.
This is a unique opportunity for privacy professionals to weigh in on the policies and laws that affect many of us and our work, not just in the United States of America, but worldwide.
Tick, tock! Comments are open until October 26, 2018.
A complete copy of the proposal is available from the Federal Register at https://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/fr-rfc-consumer-privacy-09262018.pdf and more information is available on the NTIA website at https://www.ntia.doc.gov/federal-register-notice/2018/request-comments-developing-administration-s-approach-consumer-privacy
MIT has a great article on commenting on pending legislation here: http://mitcommlab.mit.edu/broad/commkit/public-comment-on-pending-legislation/
I’ll post my comments here in a follow on post once I assemble them.