Comments Of The Electronic Privacy Information Center To The Office Of The Director Of National Security: Notice of Privacy Act Systems of Records


EPIC Opposes Efforts of National Intelligence Director to Limit Privacy Act

EPIC has filed comments with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) in response to a Federal Register notice and a proposed rulemaking to establish fourteen new databases. The DNI is seeking to exempt portions of these systems from key protections in the Privacy Act of 1974. EPIC said that this proposal undermines the Privacy Act, and urged the agency not to implement the exemptions.

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