Congress turns to corporate lobbyists to craft privacy protection legislation

Congress turns to corporate lobbyists to craft privacy protection legislation

Congress has come under fire for soliciting lobbyists and think tanks funded by major tech companies as ’privacy experts’ to guide the legislature in crafting digital privacy protection laws. Critics point out the inherent conflict of interest in allowing the corporations who harvest personal information from the public to play the leading role in drafting regulations for their own industry.

Blake Hobba
Blake Hobba
Cory Pritchard
Cory Pritchard 1 year

Ending lobbying should be a top priority. How does it matter who is elected as long as big money decides what policy is enacted?

Based Haole
Based Haole 1 year

fucking crooks hey let's let these guys make up their own rules how could that backfire

Deadly104
Deadly104 1 year

Oh this will be good.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

Well shit.

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