Attorney General Karl Racine is the District of Columbia’s first elected attorney general, a position in which he has served since January 2015. Racine has a deep background in both public service and the private practice of law. He has quickly earned a reputation as a thought leader among his fellow attorneys general in a number of important areas, including in the areas of government and consumer privacy. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Racine talks to Divonne Smoyer, CIPP/US, and Kimberly Chow, CIPP/US, about his work in the area of consumer privacy for the citizens of the District of Columbia as well as privacy concerning government agencies.
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