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Public Interest Privacy Principles

Today, we joined 34 civil rights, consumer, and privacy organizations in releasing shared Public Interest Privacy Principles because the public needs and deserves strong and comprehensive federal legislation to protect their privacy and afford meaningful redress. The principles lay down minimum standards for any federal privacy protection legislation expected to be considered in 2019. We expect powerful special interests to instead push for a weak law that allows them to continue business as usual: treating us as if were their product, not their customer.

Resource | COVID-19

U.S. PIRG Response to "Preparing for the Next Pandemic" White Paper

The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions sought feedback on its white paper entitled, "Preparing for the Next Pandemic." U.S. PIRG's response is that the war against COVID-19 is far from over. As case rates and hospitalizations increase across several states, it’s imperative that Congress plugs the glaring holes in our medical supply chain now. 

Resource | Tax

Following the Money 2016 Webinar

Webinar detailing criteria and context of Following the Money 2016.

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