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Daily Dashboard | Why a US privacy law is needed for vaccine passports Related reading: Podcast: James Dempsey and John Carlin talk top trends in cybersecurity



The Brooking Institution looks at vaccine passports and why a U.S. privacy law is needed to properly protect health information. While the European Union has the Digital Green Certificate and the EU General Data Protection Regulation to safeguard sensitive data needed for a vaccine passport, the U.S. does not have similar protections in place. "As Congress continues to debate the need for federal privacy legislation, now is the time to implement a national standard on how personal data is collected and processed to avoid the abuse of fundamental rights," Brookings' Nicol Turner Lee, Samantha Lai and Emily Skahill write.
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