Especially in these partisan times, it is no secret that the legal world has been slow to keep up with the ever-changing technological landscape. Despite the slow pace, however, the improvement of data security is (happily) one of the few legislative areas not facing gridlock in today’s Congress. In fact, regular hacks leaking millions of users’ data, consistent disputes weighing national security interests and individual freedoms, and the threats of cyberwars and identity theft (to name a few), drive data privacy to be one of the most active legal fields.
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