Mar 122012
 
 March 12, 2012  Business, Laws, Online

Daniel Terdiman reports:

Representatives from opposite sides in the “big data” privacy debate tangled Sunday over whether a proposed White House “privacy bill of rights” is necessary to keep Americans safe online.

During a “big data” panel sponsored by CNET at South by Southwest, Brian Szoka, president of the non-partisan, non-profit, tech policy think tank, argued that states and the federal government might have better results at providing privacy protections for Americans by enforcing existing laws than they would if they adopted new regulations.

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