It's been watered down already in the UK.
'Implied consent', heh. Basically, when the government realised they couldn't hope to meet the law themselves, it gets watered down so far as to be effectively unenforceable (which it was anyway, to be fair).
It's also opened the door for shady companies to make money out of it by scaring small businesses into paying them to do a compliance survey.
Waste of everyone's time, as Rauper said.