John Eggerton reports:
The government should scrap its attempts to get industry to self-regulate data privacy and legislate safeguards.
That was the advice of the Center for Digital Democracy to the National Telecommunications & Information Administration,, which is the White House’s chief communications policy advisory body. It joined with the ACLU, the Consumer Federation of America, Common Sense Media and others in calling for strong consumer privacy legislation.
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