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Privacy advocates include Pentagon, GSA in legal challenge to Trump election commission

July 11, 2017 |
Rick Weber
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A group that advocates for civil liberties and privacy protections has expanded its legal challenge to President Trump's election commission to include the General Services Administration and the Defense Department in arguing that the government should be required to conduct a “privacy impact assessment” on the administration's request that state officials provide voter data to the federal government.

The expanded complaint is the latest development in a fast-moving legal fight that could establish the federal government's role and authority...


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