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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: How Congress helped shape the end of privacy Related reading: The Privacy Advisor's top 10 news stories of 2018

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In an op-ed for The New York Times, Margaret O’Mara reflects on how Congressional choices from the 1960s helped shape the end of privacy. As the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to question Google CEO Sundar Pichai over the company’s alleged algorithmic bias, O’Mara writes, “Understanding how American lawmakers approached these issues in the past is essential to getting it right this time.” She added that as Congress now grapples with how to balance privacy with the flow of information, “Congress should recognize what it did not half a century ago: protecting privacy is bigger than quashing one databank, condemning one company or curbing one industry. And the decisions made now will shape technological generations to come.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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