Representatives of the technology industry, and some state officials, say having broad privacy laws in each state could curb innovation. But other states leaders argue intervention is necessary to protect consumers.
COMMENTARY | "Baltimore put money down on its own creativity and has raked in results. Other cities
should make the same bet," writes former Baltimore budget director Andrew Kleine, previewing his new book.
“Technology will displace workers from some, and potentially many jobs...but we have no reason to think technology will eliminate work in the economy as a whole,” said John Schmitt, vice president of the Economic Policy Institute.