Analysis

House Flip To Boost Privacy Policy Push, Interference Probes

By Allison Grande (November 7, 2018, 11:02 PM EST) -- Efforts to enact federal privacy legislation and to clamp down on foreign cyberattacks and influence campaigns are likely to receive even greater attention after Tuesday's midterm elections, which put Democrats with significant appetites for digging deeper into these issues in charge of key oversight committees in the U.S. House, experts say.

When a newly divided Congress reconvenes in January with Democrats in control of the House for the first time in eight years, lawmakers will be confronted with the same privacy and cybersecurity issues that they've long been grappling with, including whether there should be a federal standard for how companies...

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