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  • This Week In Tech Policy

    • Congressman Neguse introduces bipartisan bicameral legislation to invest in startups and small businesses 
    • Congressman Joe Neguse introduced bipartisan bicameral legislation to double the refundable research and development (R&D) tax credit for startups and extend it to more small businesses. The R&D tax credit supports the efforts of businesses to invest in the development of new, innovative products that lead to job creation and a stronger economy.
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    • California's new privacy law is here
    • Starting January 1, Californians can find out what data certain companies have collected about them, and even ask for it to be deleted, under the new California Consumer Privacy Act.
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    • States will be the battlegrounds for 2020 tech policy fights
    • Momentum on a range of tech issues, from governing online privacy to regulating the gig economy, has stalled in D.C. as impeachment and election campaigns consume attention. State leaders and legislators are stepping in to fill the void.
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    • Drones would be tracked under new federal regulations
    • The vast majority of drones flying in the United States would be required to broadcast tracking signals that would allow authorities to identify their operators and locate them, according to federal regulations proposed recently.
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