Rare Bipartisan Push to Scrutinize Silicon Valley After Google+ Fiasco

Under a minute read
| Link

Google+ recently suffered an incident where a bug potentially exposed the data of thousands of users. Now we’re seeing a bipartisan push to reign in tech companies after a deluge of leaks.

At a Senate hearing Wednesday, Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R., S.D.) said it is increasingly clear from Google+ as well as Facebook Inc.’s earlier Cambridge Analytica scandal that industry self-regulation is no longer sufficient to protect users’ privacy.

We should never have trusted corporations to be able to self-regulate in the first place. That’s like telling a criminal to voluntarily turn themselves in.

Check It Out: Rare Bipartisan Push to Scrutinize Silicon Valley After Google+ Fiasco

Rare Bipartisan Push to Scrutinize Silicon Valley After Google+ Fiasco
Add a Comment

Log in to comment (TMO, Twitter, Facebook) or Register for a TMO Account