In this short series of posts, I seek to cover the history, current events and prescribed future courses of action for the U.S. and all other countries in regards to privacy protection. In the prior post I reviewed the first U.S. self-regulatory efforts in the 1990s and opined that with cited exceptions these self-regulatory standards have held up quite well for the better part of three decades. As a result, the U.S. government, while constantly considering privacy regulations, did not legislate any during this period. For cultural or other reasons the EU went the other way this year with GDPR.
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