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Daily Dashboard | Senate holds "paper hearing" on fighting pandemic with location data Related reading: COVID-19 privacy updates from Canada and around the world

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In a sign of the dangerous time we're living in and as most of the U.S. self-quarantines to protect health during the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Senate Committee on Science, Commerce and Transportation held an unusual "paper hearing" on how responsibly technology companies and the government can work together to employ big data in an effort to combat spread of the virus. Witnesses submitted testimony to the committee and will have a "96-business-hour turnaround time to answer member questions," which will be made public via the Senate committee's website. IAPP Editor Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, summarizes some of the key points for The Privacy Advisor. 
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