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Daily Dashboard | ACLU: Congress 'must question' William Barr about his privacy record Related reading: CNIL levies $57M fine on Google for GDPR violations

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In a blog post, American Civil Liberties Union Senior Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani and Political Researcher and Strategist Brian Tashman urge Congress to question President Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, William Barr, on his privacy and surveillance record. "As Barr begins the confirmation process, senators must question Barr on his record regarding the right to privacy and the Fourth Amendment — which raises serious concerns about his suitability to be attorney general," they write. Guliani and Tashman also want Congress to ask him "whether he will be a roadblock to still-needed surveillance reforms and whether he believes the government has the power to resurrect or expand warrantless spying programs." 
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