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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: Congress must hear from small business on reasonable security Related reading: Potential friction between free speech and youth privacy laws



Anti-encryption legislation like the Burr-Feinstein bill, coupled with the aftermath of Safe Harbor, will curb small businesses’ abilities to innovate unless Congress takes a stand, Twilio General Counsel Karyn Smith opines in TechCrunch. “Requiring smaller technology companies to circumvent proven design principles without unintentionally introducing broader security vulnerabilities is virtually guaranteed to introduce error and unintended consequences,” she argues. Smith encourages other small businesses to engage with Congress on the issue. “By helping our legislators understand the realities faced by our businesses today, we can help Congress forge a path to reasonable security measures that don’t undermine data security design principles, privacy expectations or our global competitiveness.”
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