Cyber & Privacy

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Cyber & Privacy

We live in a society in which personal information is increasingly entrusted to third parties in exchange for innovative new services. This creates both an opportunity for bad actors to steal sensitive information and a risk that this information will be misused or leaked. What is the most effective way to balance these risks against the innovation the data economy provides? Is there a role for federal regulatory agencies in this area?

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