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Daily Dashboard | How much privacy should presidential candidates have? Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Editorial Director, Dec. 6, 2019

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U.S. News reports on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s disclosure Friday that she was diagnosed with pneumonia and the debate that’s incited on “What, if anything, ought to be the private business of people running for president or serving as commander in chief?” There’s varying opinions, to date. The Federal Election Campaign Act of 1972 required increased transparency on things like campaign contributions and led to disclosures on tax returns and medical history. Consultant Steve Rabinowitz worked under Bill Clinton and says even presidents and would-be presidents deserve “some modicum of privacy.” Financial dealings and health information related to their ability to hold office should be public, but “that’s where it ends.”
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