Monday, 11 March 2013
Should the U.S. Adopt European-Style Data-Privacy Protections?
Should the U.S. Adopt European-Style Data-Privacy Protections? - WSJ.com: Prof. Reidenberg: "Some say Washington can't be trusted with crafting complex privacy legislation and that the market, if left alone, can correct many of the flaws inherent in our current system. I disagree. Washington may be stymied by gridlock, but privacy tends to have bipartisan support and polls show that most Americans want more legal protections. The U.S.'s experiment with self-regulation has failed Americans. We need a robust, legally enforceable Privacy Bill of Rights in the U.S." 'via Blog this'