A Tale of Two (Small) Victories

What BIPA and SyRI-related developments tell us about the future of privacy

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Despite an otherwise dystopian start to 2020, there have also been a few glimmers of hope in the early weeks of the new decade. These recent developments light a path forward in an otherwise dark digital future and remind us that the solution to our present woes may be hiding in plain…




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Elizabeth M. Renieris

Elizabeth M. Renieris

Founder @ hackylawyer | Fellow @ Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society | Fellow @ Carr Center at Harvard |CIPP/E, CIPP/US | Privacy, Identity, Blockchain

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