Rich Lord reports:
Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill, considered the federal government’s leading voice on consumer privacy, on Saturday said she was “disappointed” with a week-old White House draft “bill of rights,” while adding that it furthered the discussion on the ever-expanding flow of personal data.
“I do commend the administration for grappling with some complex issues and for really trying to come up with a mechanism for implementing some kind of baseline set of rules that require dealing with some subtle concepts,” Ms. Brill, an Obama administration appointee, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
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