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Your chance to tell White House your thoughts on big data, privacy and surveillance

Here’s an opportunity to let the White House know your opinions on data gathering, transforming technologies and privacy issues.

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From: The White House [info@messages.whitehouse.gov]

Sent: Friday, March 21, 2014 2:00 PM

Subject: The President’s review of big data and privacy

 

Friday, March 21, 2014

The President’s review of big data and privacy

In January, President Obama spoke about changes in the technology we use for national security purposes, and what they mean for our privacy broadly.

He launched a 90-day review of big data and privacy: how they affect the way we live, and the way we work — and how data is being used by universities, the private sector, and the government.

As part of that review, we’ve already heard from leading privacy advocates and industry leaders, among others.

But this is a conversation that affects all Americans, and we want to make sure you have a chance to be a part of it. We want your input.

Take a moment to tell us what you think about big data, privacy, and what it means to you. Visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/technology/big-data-review to voice your opinions

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PLEASE. Take a moment to take the survey and (respectfully) tell the President that if there’s no probable cause you’re involved with a crime, your data should be off limits. It would probably be good to also provide input on the question “what technologies have transformed your life” and note the role of net neutrality in making it possible.

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