If federal data privacy legislation is ever going to be passed, it may be in 2019, said Intel’s  head of U.S. government affairs, Lisa Malloy.

More and more people have become aware of how much of their personal information is on the internet, and they are more aware of the risks of having that information exposed. Over the past couple of months, legislators, trade organizations and even tech companies have stepped up their efforts to pass data privacy and cybersecurity legislation.

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