White House IT Director Roped Into Voter Privacy Row
Law360, New York (July 11, 2017, 9:33 PM EDT) -- Privacy advocates on Tuesday sought to expand their lawsuit in the District of Columbia federal court against the president’s voter fraud panel to include the White House’s tech director, saying the government can’t duck claims the plan is an unsafe intrusion by simply changing transmission systems.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center asked the court for permission to file a second amended complaint against the White House, which has halted the mass collection of voter data pending the lawsuit, broadening claims against the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity to include Director of the White House Information Technology Charles Herndon.
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