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  • The U.S. National Telecommunication and Information Administration is set to host listening sessions on the interplay among privacy, equity and civil rights, Axios reports. The NTIA, a branch of the Department of Commerce, filed an agency notice explaining the consultation will go toward a report on the "ways in which commercial data flows of personal information can lead to disparate impact and outcomes for marginalized or disadvantaged communities." The sessions are scheduled for Dec. 14 through 16.
  • In an op-ed for Morning Consult, Brookings Institution Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow Cameron Kerry and Future of Privacy Forum CEO Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, considered whether the publication of the "Facebook Papers" would breathe new life into U.S. privacy legislation talks.

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