April 29, 2022
Global Data Review
Jason E. Johnson was quoted in the Global Data Review article "New internet protection initiative will need regulations to drive compliance" saying that the group’s efforts will likely only have a significant impact if countries – such as the U.S. – that don’t have comprehensive national data privacy laws are spurred to enact federal regulations,
“This is an agreement to protect something – in this case the internet – without a legal backing in a particular country like a law or regulation,” Johnson said. “It won’t mean much. It's just, ‘we are happy to keep the internet open and we disagree [with what] Russia and China are doing’.”
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