Megan Brown Co-Authors National Security Institute’s New Law and Policy Paper on ‘Privacy Regulation and Unintended Consequences for Security’
Megan L. Brown, partner in Wiley Rein’s National Security, Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance, and Telecom, Media & Technology practices, co-authored a new law and policy paper published today by the National Security Institute (NSI) at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School. The paper is co-authored with NSI Visiting Fellow James B. Burchfield.
The paper addresses:
The federal urgency to act in response to public concern and the rapid global and domestic expansion of comprehensive privacy regulation.
Implications privacy regulation can have for data protection and beneficial security activities.
The argument that artificial intelligence (AI), biometrics, and certain data categories are all critical to security innovations and activities and must be protected in privacy regulation.
Actionable recommendations to ensure privacy regulation appropriately balances individual rights with security.