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Daily Dashboard | Senate subcommittee hearing to focus on data, security concerns Related reading: Privacy Tech: TrustArc acquires Nymity

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U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., will lead a Nov. 5 hearing called “How Corporations and Big Tech Leave Our Data Exposed to Criminals, China, and Other Bad Actors,” Axios reports. The hearing will look at risks to consumer data from foreign governments, concerns surrounding social media platforms that collect user data and cyberattacks, like the 2018 Marriott data breach that was tied to Chinese hackers. Hawley, who chairs the Senate Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism, is “a prominent big tech critic,” according to the report, and “wants to explore all these issues for the first hearing he’s leading as chairman of the subcommittee.”
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