The trend underscores the broader threats posed by the unregulated data brokerage ecosystem to civil rights and national security.
Justin Sherman (@jshermcyber) is a fellow at the Atlantic Council's Cyber Statecraft Initiative, a research fellow at the Tech, Law & Security Program at American University Washington College of Law, and a cyber policy fellow at the Duke Tech Policy Lab. He was previously a cybersecurity policy fellow at New America and a fellow at Duke Law School's Center on Law & Technology.
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