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Seventeen states have EDR privacy protections in place. For the rest, “It’s the wild, Wild West, because people aren’t going by the rules and are grabbing the data for any reason they want,” Tom Kowalick of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Standards Association said. Continue reading

Consumer Reports

Seventeen states have EDR privacy protections in place. For the rest, “It’s the wild, Wild West, because people aren’t going by the rules and are grabbing the data for any reason they want,” Tom Kowalick of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Standards Association said. People in those states are still protected by the Fourth Amendment, but it might not be enough.

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