AAF Legislative Comments & Testimony

6/2/2022 
On behalf of the advertising industry, we provide feedback on the Oregon Comprehensive Privacy Law Draft (“Draft”) as it currently stands.
5/24/2022 
On behalf of the advertising industry, we oppose HB 2202 as currently drafted, because the bill is out of step with other existing state privacy laws.
5/16/2022 
If the Louisiana legislature nonetheless decides to continue its effort to enact a privacy law, we encourage you to consider an approach to privacy that aligns with recently enacted legislation in the majority of other states.
3/17/2022 
HB 159 contains provisions that could hinder Alaskans’ access to valuable ad-supported online resources, impede their ability to exercise choice in the marketplace, impose prescriptive requirements that will harm businesses of all sizes.
3/8/2022 
On behalf of the advertising industry, we ask the Washington legislature to not move forward on HB 1850 and SB 5062 in the waning days of the legislative session.
3/7/2022 
On behalf of the advertising industry, we ask the Senate to not move forward on HB 9 and SB 1864 in the waning days of the legislative session.
2/25/2022 
On behalf of the nation’s leading advertising and marketing trade associations, we support your interest in protecting the privacy of Nebraska residents, as we and our members strongly believe consumers deserve meaningful privacy protections.
2/23/2022 
We and the companies we represent, many of whom do substantial business in Massachusetts, strongly believe consumers deserve meaningful privacy protections supported by reasonable government and responsible industry policies.
2/22/2022 
We and the companies we represent, many of whom are headquartered or do substantial business in Florida, strongly believe consumers deserve meaningful privacy protections supported by reasonable government and responsible industry policies.
2/7/2022 
We offer this letter to express our non-exhaustive list of concerns about this overly restrictive legislation, as well as the potential harms it presents to consumers and the New York economy.

AAF Legislative Comments & Testimony Archive