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rslade
Influencer II

US "privacy" law ...

The US House and Senate are finally looking into a general federal data privacy framework.

 

Meeting with large tech companies.

 

(Who, primarily, don't want strong privacy laws like GDPR.)

 

In private.

 

Behind closed doors.

 

(In other words, they don't care what you think ...)


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dcontesti
Community Champion

Re: US "privacy" law ...

And you were expecting?

 

 

emb021
Contributor III

Re: US "privacy" law ...

NIST is already working on a privacy framework:

https://www.nist.gov/privacy-framework

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Flyslinger2
Community Champion

Re: US "privacy" law ...

I get a bad URL when I click your embedded option but when I google "NIST privacy framework" it comes up with the same exact URL.

 

Just in case anyone else tries it and it barfs for them also.

rslade
Influencer II

Re: US "privacy" law ...


@Flyslinger2 wrote:

I get a bad URL when I click your embedded option but when I google "NIST privacy framework" it comes up with the same exact URL.


Well, I got it.  (And I'm an untrustworthy alien!)

 

To be fair, that link does seem to have a couple of weird non-printing characters appended to it.  If you just paste the printable part in, it works.


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emb021
Contributor III

Re: US "privacy" law ...

Not sure what happened.  I copied the URL from the browser and dropped it in.  Not sure how it got messed up.

 

 

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emb021
Contributor III

Re: US "privacy" law ...

And I also tried to edit my post to remove the nonsense characters at the end, but nothing seemed to work.

 

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rslade
Influencer II

Re: US "privacy" law ...


@emb021 wrote:

And I also tried to edit my post to remove the nonsense characters at the end, but nothing seemed to work.


Well:

 

https://www.nist.gov/privacy-framework

 

How's that?


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emb021
Contributor III

Re: US "privacy" law ...

Had to "edit link" in my original post.  Guess I need to do that going forward to get rid of any trailing spaces.

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