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Seven Tech Bills that Died in Congress in 2018

With the closing of the 115th Congress, many technology bills remaining on the docket will be put out to pasture. Many of the new bills will likely be reintroduced in the next session, but others will likely not. Among the higher profile pieces of legislation that never landed on President Trump’s desk for a signature are acts that would have restructured the rank of the top ranking tech officials, making them presidentially appointed, introduced internet-of-things regulation, as well as bills as A.I., online advertisements, expansion of the DHS mandate in election security, and data protection. 

Source: Seven Government Tech Bills that Died in Congress – Nextgov

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