NSA lawyer calls for U.S. leadership in setting data privacy, security rules

By Rick Weber  
November 2, 2018 at 7:00 AM
The National Security Agency's top lawyer is warning that the proliferation of international regulations for data privacy and security could relegate the United States to a follower, rather than a leader, on global standards for the digital economy. "With the international community pushing ever more aggressive laws and the global nature of our digital society, the choice regarding how we go about addressing privacy here in the U.S. might soon be out of our hands," NSA General Counsel Glenn Gerstell...

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