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Senator predicts 'overdue' changes to privacy
Posted Mar 10, 2005 - 01:00 PM
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Privacy Vermont's Patrick Leahy, the top Democrat on the Judiciary committee, said Wednesday evening that a recent slew of data thefts and other leaks requires a "comprehensive rethinking" of the laws regulating companies that compile electronic dossiers on Americans that are typically purchased by creditors, employers or police.

"It's not a conservative or liberal issue," Leahy said during remarks at the Center for Democracy and Technology's 10th anniversary dinner. "We're going to explore these issues--something that's long overdue."

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