Under the Trump Administration, the fundamental bases of the Privacy Shield remain unchanged.
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The unregulated collection, retention and dissemination of personal data—for example, personal data strategically used in campaigns to “micro-target” undecided voters—can also make the underlying election vulnerable to foreign influence.
Did President Trump just kill the Privacy Shield?
If, like me, you generally shrug at newsflashes announcing the latest wrinkle in the tangle of EU privacy directives, take note: this case matters.
Chris Meserole discusses the benefits - and the limits - of data-driven decision-making in national security policy.
A free tip for the FBI: It is amazing the data available to be leveraged in modern marketing.
Jennifer C. Daskal tackles the difficult problem of the "where" in cyber-law in her forthcoming Yale Law Journal paper, "The Un-Territoriality of Data."