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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Statement of Senate Intel Vice Chair Mark R. Warner on Charges Against Chinese Spies for Hacking Equifax

“That said, the indictment does not detract from the myriad of vulnerabilities and process deficiencies that we saw in Equifax’s systems and response to the hack. A company in the business of collecting and retaining massive amounts of Americans’ sensitive personal information must act with the utmost care – and face any consequences that arise from that failure. The legislation I have with Senator Warren would subject data brokers to a higher standard of care and is an important first step in data protection.”

 

https://www.warner.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2020/2/statement-of-senate-intel-vice-chair-mark-r-warner-on-president-trump-s-order-allowing-his-hand-picked-attorney-general-to-selectively-declassify-information



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