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Daily Dashboard | Wyden unveils privacy bill banning data sales to 'unfriendly' foreign entities Related reading: MedData data breach lawsuit settled for $7M



U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled a bill that would prohibit the sale of citizens' personal data to "unfriendly" foreign companies and governments, The Washington Post reports. The proposed Protecting Americans’ Data From Foreign Surveillance Act would task the Department of Commerce to identify the types of data that could impact national security. "Our country’s intelligence leaders have made it clear that putting Americans' sensitive information in the hands of unfriendly foreign governments is a major risk to national security," Wyden said in a statement.
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