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What is Web 3.0 and What Does it Mean for Privacy?
75% of Americans Want National Data Privacy Standards
SHOP SAFE Act, if Passed, Presents Major Privacy Risk, says EFF
Growing Privacy Inequality Yet Another Reason for National Regulation and Privacy-First Tools
The US Data Privacy Law “Floor”: What Deserves Basic Protections?
Consumers Could Gain from FTC’s Stronger Focus on Data Protection
FTC Bans SpyFone and Reminds Us that Surveillance Businesses Threaten our Safety and Privacy
China, US Recognize National Security Risks of Surveillance Capitalism
Why Privacy by (Re)Design Better Defines Responsibility for Privacy
Why More Experts Are Backing Anonymity and Pseudonymity Online
Will the Privacy Problem Ever Be Solved?
Violence Against Teachers is Growing. MySudo Can Help
Can Consent Ever Play a Valuable Role in Consumer Privacy?
The Links Between Privacy and Disinformation: Julia Angwin
Calls for New FTC Rules to Limit Businesses’ Data Collection and Stop Data Abuse

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