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Daily Dashboard | Cam Kerry on “Surveillance After Snowden” Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 5 March 2021

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Settled into his new role as a distinguished visiting fellow at Brookings, Cam Kerry has published a paper that examines the politics of transatlantic trade. In “Missed Connections,” the former general counsel for the Department of Commerce says the U.S. should “not be defensive about its protection of privacy,” should strengthen its own privacy protection and should be clear with the worldwide community on U.S. law enforcement surveillance. Meanwhile, InfoWorld reports on the “privacy wars” the U.S. government is winning and losing, and historian and espionage expert Richard Aldrich says the world we’ll soon be living in can be compared to living in a “nudist colony,” a transparent society with no true privacy.
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