New York’s First CPO Urges Passage of Federal Standard for Privacy


New York’s first Chief Privacy Officer Michele Jones said her state was “starting from the beginning” to protect residents’ privacy, Government Technology reports. Jones, who began her role two months ago, was appointed to the executive leadership team of the New York Office of Information Technology Services. During a panel at the National Association of State Chief Information Officers annual conference, Jones said a federal privacy law would make for a “uniform approach” to privacy for states to follow.
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