“Bad for public safety, bad for companies, and bad for privacy,” declared Paddy McGuinness, the United Kingdom’s deputy national security advisor about the current U.S.-U.K. cross-border data access system at a recent congressional hearing. Joining in his view, in June, Google called for major changes to U.S.
Tiffany Lin is a Research Associate at the Berkman Klein Center supporting research and project activities for cybersecurity and access to data. Her research interests lie in the intersection of the Internet, culture, social structures, and human rights. She is a graduate of the University of Waterloo in Canada where she specialized in collaborative design and minored in sociology.
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