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Privacy: Congress Should Consider Alternatives for Strengthening Protection of Personally Identifiable Information: Congressional Testimony
Concerns have been raised about the privacy and se

 
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By Linda Koontz (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 23
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437906710

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Concerns have been raised about the privacy and security of personal info. in light of advances in info. technology and the increasingly sophisticated ways in which the govít. obtains and uses info. Fed. agenciesí use of personal info. is governed by the Privacy Act of 1974 and the E-Govít. Act of 2002. These laws are based on the Fair Info. Practices, a set of widely accepted principles for protecting privacy. This testimony is based on this report, and concerns the sufficiency of privacy protections afforded by existing laws. To do this, the author analyzed privacy laws and guidance, compared them with the Fair Info. Practices, and obtained perspectives from fed. agencies as well as an expert forum. Includes recommendations.

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