JUN 02, 2016 | US
International Business Times interviews Victoria Espinel about outdated US privacy laws
International Business Times, June 3, 2016
By Michael Learmonth
“We want to live in a safe and secure world. We want that as individuals and we want that as an industry. Our companies work with law enforcement cooperatively every day, every minute of the day around the globe… That said, we have real concerns about undermining encryption.”
Original Posting: http://www.ibtimes.com/techs-woman-washington-us-privacy-laws-are-woefully-outdated-dont-expect-congress-act-2377389
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