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EPIC Alert 23.17 (September 15, 2016)
- EPIC Prevails in FOIA Lawsuit for Government Privacy Assessments
- European Commission Begins Investigation of WhatsApp Privacy About-Face
- Pokemon GO Developer Niantic Responds to Sen. Franken Inquiry into Privacy Concerns
- EPIC, Coalition Reject Calls to Further Weaken FCC's Modest Privacy Proposal
- House Report Criticizes OPM Handling of Massive Data Breach Last Year
- EPIC Book Review: "Weapons of Math Destruction"
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Jerry Kang and Alan Butler