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DEC 03, 2020 | US

What To Expect From Biden On Tech Policy: BSA's Espinel

Bloomberg Radio, December 3, 2020

By Paul Sweeney and Vonnie Quinn

From Victoria Espinel: "Speaking for the enterprise software industry, which is BSA, we're excited to work with the Administration. We feel that there are a number of places where laws and regulations could be updated, improved, and modernized, and we are really looking for places where we can find solutions. There are some thorny issues out there - artificial intelligence, privacy, cybersecurity. As an organization, as an industry, we try not to run from challenges, but to try to address them, and we're really excited about working with the Biden administration on how to find long-term solutions to some of the real problems that are out there."

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Original Posting: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2020-12-03/what-to-expect-from-biden-on-tech-policy-bsa-s-espinel-radio


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