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Daily Dashboard | FTC's Wilson: US privacy law needed as contact tracing moves forward Related reading: FTC fines Microsoft $20M for alleged COPPA violations




In an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal, Commissioner of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission Christine Wilson writes a federal privacy law must be in place to establish a rule for tech companies as they use personal data to track the spread of COVID-19. "With established legal boundaries, companies would be better equipped to determine when the government is asking them to cross the line for the public good, and whether they should require a subpoena or inform customers before turning over data," Wilson writes.
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