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Why hacking must be addressed in digital privacy policymaking

February 7, 2020

Digital privacy is one side of a two-sided policy coin. Virtually all attention to date has been focused on developing legal and regulatory remedies to address this pervasive public concern. But in doing so, they have devoted little attention to the flip side—namely, digital hacking. Although data systems that are thought to be secure from intrusion may be the result of random technological breakdowns or human error, there usually are far less benign explanations for major cybersecurity breaches that expose personal information on a massive scale.

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