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Privacy advocates say national data management bill must do more than codify notice-and-consent approach

October 05, 2018 |
Mariam Baksh
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It's a given that efforts to improve transparency should be included in a national privacy and data security bill, said the Center for Democracy and Technology's Nuala O'Connor, but that won't be enough to secure support from digital rights and privacy groups, she argued.

“Transparency, notice and choice, are necessary but not sufficient models,” O'Connor said Thursday, in advance of testifying before the Senate Commerce Committee on the issue next week. “It is a necessary prerequisite to know what an...

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