acatherder82 karma2015-03-20 16:24:27 UTC
Let's suppose this lawsuit is successful, and the NSA is legally barred from collecting upstream data. What about controlling/regulating the same sort of data collection by corporate entities, and other governments (e.g., China)? Does a successful outcome here protect privacy only with respect to the US government, or would it affect of influence privacy rights in other contexts?
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acatherder58 karma2017-05-09 19:57:59 UTC
Could you explain a bit more about how the Trump administration is trying to undo various public protections? Are they declining to enforce federal regulations? or trying to change the regulations?
acatherder3 karma2019-05-06 16:02:07 UTC
Is there any possibility that these drugs could help treat spinal cord injuries?
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