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House Committee on Homeland Security: Assessing CBP’s Use of Facial Recognition Technology

EPIC Senior Counsel Jeramie Scott will testify before the House Committee on Homeland Security.

27 Jul. 2:00 PM EDT

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How the FTC Can Mandate Data Minimization Through a Section 5 Unfairness Rulemaking

Our latest report argues that the FTC should use its Section 5 unfairness authority to establish a Data Minimization Rule to prohibit all secondary data uses with limited exceptions.

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