date icon August 20, 2013 category icon Letters Other

Tech Letter on Ways to Protect Civil Liberties in Gov’t Data Collection

Excerpt: We appreciate the opportunity to participate in the discussions surrounding privacy and civil liberties that the Administration has convened regarding the scope and operation of the U.S. government’s surveillance programs. As a follow up to the meeting at the White House on August 6, 2013, we offer the following recommendations to the Administration and Congress. These are the most critical recommendations, which would address important privacy and civil liberties concerns while also fostering technology innovations and economic growth.

To read the Internet Association’s letter, click here.

 

 

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