The Trump Administration wants stricter control over personal data

General | Sep 29, 2018 | Master3395

The United States can get its variant of GDPR.

The United States can get its own version of the European Privacy Policy, perhaps most commonly known as GDPR. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) recently presented plans to strengthen the protection of personal data.

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The Trump Administration wants more transparency from companies over how they handle and store user data. In addition, they expect that companies are able to secure data and that customers should have easy access to the information they have provided. At the same time, NTIA suggests that users should check which personal data they share.

The proposal states that they also wish that the collection, use, storage and sharing of personal information is as small as possible and is proportional to the extent of the security risk.

Today, the US Senate will hold a hearing where companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, Twitter, and AT & T talk about their Privacy Policy. The companies can also come up with suggestions on how to protect the privacy of users in the best possible way.

Keywords: privacy, usa

Sources: Engadget

Author: Master3395


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