U.S. online privacy bill put on the back burner

U.S. online privacy bill put on the back burner

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A U.S. online privacy bill is not likely to come before Congress this year, three sources said. It is as lawmakers disagree over issues like whether the bill should preempt state rules.

The privacy bill would force companies to deal with much stricter legislation in California, that goes into effect on Jan. 1.

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