Intel’s global privacy chief said Wednesday the company took in three lessons from the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation when writing the latest draft of its Innovative and Ethical Data Use Act of 2019.

David Hoffman, Intel’s associate general counsel and global privacy officer, said it is clear that flexibility in different jurisdictions does not work and makes the case for strong preemption of state laws.

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