Ignoring small business harms, Florida Senate committee advances technology crackdown bill

Florida lawmakers are considering Senate Bill 262, which aims to regulate digital services and protect consumer data privacy, but critics argue it could harm small businesses and consumers by limiting targeted advertising. The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) warns that the bill’s provisions may impose burdensome requirements on businesses, restricting digital services and stifling innovation. Opponents of the bill call for a more balanced approach that addresses both consumer protection and the needs of Florida’s economy while supporting small businesses’ advertising and fundraising efforts. On T

uesday, Florida Senators on the Commerce and Tourism Committee voted unanimously to advance a

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