Nov 202009
 
 November 20, 2009  Posted by  Laws, U.S.

Eric Chabrow reports:

If Dan Chenok were a bookmaker, he’d make enactment of Privacy Act reform a long shot, at least for the foreseeable future.

“The odds privacy legislation would be enacted next session are not high,” says Chenok, who backs Privacy Act reform as chairman of the government’s Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board, which recommended last spring revisions to the Privacy Act in a report entitled Toward A 21st Century Framework for Federal Government Privacy Policy.

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