LETTER: Let the public choose who gets its personal data

March 12, 2018

Despite this, businesses routinely ask for private information, then when they are subject to a data breach, they attempt to mitigate their responsibilities and instead seek to sell us data restoration services. Shouldn't the mission instead be preventing the use of our personal information in the first place?



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