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Trahan presses big tech on data privacy after Roe repeal

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U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan, one of the House members questioning the companies, said she wasn't satisfied with the answers. Trahan was among six Democratic House members and privacy groups including Access Now, Fight for the Future and Amnesty International that requested information in July. The questions followed the Supreme Court's decision overturning a federal right to abortion.
2 months ago·Boston, United States

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Trahan presses big tech on data privacy after Roe repeal

Amazon.com Inc., Oracle Corp. and other data providers pressed by a group of U.S. lawmakers about how they sell mobile phone location data offered assurances that the information couldn’t be used to track individuals seeking abortion services.But U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan, one of the House members questioning the companies, said she wasn’t satisfied with the answers.While all the companies detailed ways they keep data anonymized, “similar practices …

2 months ago·Boston, United States
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