Kirk Nahra explains in this Bloomberg Law article several issues for 2022 that will shape any national privacy law. He recommends watching action at the state level, bias and discrimination issues involving the use of algorithms and big data and the FTC’s regulatory activity.
Excerpt: Will 2022 be the year for a national privacy law? We are seeing new federal proposals, ongoing negotiations about key issues such as a private right of action and state pre-emption, and new activity at the state level. There is still a long way to go, and 2022 isn’t likely to be the year—but watch for 2023.