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  • Americans' big tech data doubts spur Congress action
  • Americans' big tech data doubts spur Congress action
    Zoe Holling (2018) ©
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Americans' big tech data doubts spur Congress action

The United States Congress has sent letters to both Apple and Google calling for greater transparency around how they collect and use consumers' information. This action is in no small part down to people’s growing fears around their privacy and the desire to protect their data.

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