Senate bill would make companies put a price on personal data

Senate bill would make companies put a price on personal data

US Senators Mark Warner and Josh Hawley are introducing the Designing Accounting Safeguards to Help Broaden Oversight and Regulations on Data Act (DASHBOARD Act). The bill requires companies with 100 million or more monthly users to not only disclose the type of data they collect, but to put a monetary value on that data every 90 days.

Timothy
Timothy
michael zubas
michael zubas 7 months

we are all part of Social Media's Profit margin, after all. I am for this.

Seed
Seed 7 months

Hi I'm John Doe a reptilian from planet Mars Elon Musk is the heir to the Martian throne I am 2,763 Earth years old ARE YOU HAPPY NOW MARK ZUCKERBERG?????

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 7 months

WHAT THE FUCK?! STOP TOUCHING MY FUCKING PRIVATE DATA!

TruthDaemon
TruthDaemon 7 months

This is a good thing! Maybe it Will wake enough folks up to how little privacy they actually have by using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, Apple, Windows. This would force companies to tell you how much they make by selling your identity to the highest bidder!

Seth Napier
Seth Napier 7 months

This reminds me of the part of Captain America 2 when Black Widow dumps hydra/shield's dirty secrets onto the internet...

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