Sen. Clinton Introduces Privacy Legislation
Senator Hillary Clinton delivered the opening address at the American Constitution Society Convention in Washington this morning. [Update: I just watched her speech on C-Span 2, it's a good one, catch a repeat if you can]
She announced new proposed legislation to address the security of private information. Declaring privacy to be "synonymous with liberty," Senator Clinton called for greater federal protection for personal data from theft or misuse by private commercial actors, as well as great Congressional and judicial oversight over domestic surveillance and data-mining programs unilaterally crafted by the executive branch.
You can watch her speech here.
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