Susan Hennessey writes:
During the recent panel event at the Hoover Institution on using data to protect privacy, I had an interesting exchange with Laura Donohue of Georgetown Law, which I’ve been mulling over ever since.
I had made the argument that, in discussing information sharing and privacy, it is important to differentiate between different types of data. There are a number of areas in which privacy and security are mutually reinforcing, as a genuine operational matter and not just as a linguistic framing. In particular, I argued, where we can automate collection and processing of data, technology can increasingly promote both privacy and security.
Donohue disagreed, and she had a pretty good line in response:
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