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Daily Dashboard | PCLOB to White House: You’re Getting There… Related reading: Impacts of EU's DMA, DSA on privacy matters



In a nod to the one-year and six-month anniversaries of its reports on Section 215 and Section 702, respectively, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB) released today an assessment of how well the White House has implemented its recommendations for amending programs that collect telephone records in bulk and guide the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. Most significantly, the PCLOB notes that the administration has not implemented its recommendation to halt the NSA’s telephone records program, “which it could do at any time without congressional involvement,” nor has the White House created a way to assess the value of this kind of record collection. “At some point, you have to draw the line and say you have to act on your own,” PCLOB Chairman David Medine told The Guardian, “because this program isn’t particularly effective.” Editor’s Note: David Medine will speak at the IAPP’s Global Privacy Summit in March.
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