OLYMPIA — State lawmakers want Washington to be the gold standard for regulating companies and governments that collect people’s digital data or use facial recognition programs. It’s an ambitious goal for the home of Amazon and Microsoft, and one that legislators and others hope could become a national model. But as they push forward — […]
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