Small businesses bracing for negative impact of so-called “Digital Bill of Rights”

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” data-image-caption=”” data-medium-file=”″ data-large-file=”″ /> Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to sign a “Digital Bill of Rights” aimed at protecting consumer privacy online. But the bill is causing major concerns among small business owners due that it will limit the effectiveness of digital advertising, resulting in lost sales and more expensive marketing costs. Critics also say that the legislation doesn’t hold big tech companies

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