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Ted Hester on Congressional Investigations
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Safeguards against Data Security Breaches (Part Two)
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Freeman, et al. v. Quicken Loans, Inc.: Supreme Court Declines To Expand Consumer Protections Beyond Congress’ Exact Words. The Freeman decision demonstrates that administrative agencies cannot expand federal consumer...more
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EPIC Files Complaint, Urges FTC to Investigate Verizon's Recent Changes to Privacy Practices
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