It’s Data Privacy Day, and I’ll have more on that later today, but I thought it would be interesting to see “what the other side” considers the big players in privacy legislation.
Katy Bachman writes on AdWeek:
Ever since Edward Snowden’s revelations about government surveillance, every day has been data privacy day in Washington. But Tuesday is the official day Congress designated back in 2009 to raise consumer awareness.
To commemorate the day, Adweek—inspired by a list compiled by the Marketing Research Association—has identified the top 10 government players leading the data privacy debate.
Can you guess who’s on their list and whether the person is viewed as a “hawk” or a “dove?” Read it here.