Kate Mirino

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Accordingly, this Note proposes a contemporary-minded federal solution to preempt and standardize the various, outmoded state approaches in this field. Part I engages in a historical overview of the development of information privacy law in the United States. Part II provides a summary and comparison of the existing state rules at play. Part III discusses the negative consequences—both to consumers and to businesses—of inconsistent regulation in this area, and explains why a federal solution is necessary. Part IV outlines the parameters of the federal regulation proposed by this Note.



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