Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Missouri Senator Josh Hawley Demands Tech Accountability For Medical Privacy

Show-Me a widely supported and rare bit of GOP advocacy for regulation . . . Read more:

Apple and Google CEOs should be held responsible for protecting coronavirus tracking data, says GOP Sen. Hawley

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Sundar Pichai should hold themselves personally responsible for protecting data collected through their efforts to trace the spread of Covid-19, Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., wrote in a letter to the CEOs on Tuesday. "If you seek to assure the public, make your stake in this project personal," wrote Hawley, a prominent tech critic.

3 comments:

anonymous said...

Why doesn't this headline-hungry embarrassment do something for the People of Missouri that he is supposed to be representing?

Anonymous said...

While used to seeing boobs on this site, this guy is both the biggest and least attractive of them all.

And yes, he should not be making any headlines until he actually achieves something for the People of Missouri.

Anonymous said...

7:39 and 8:24
Yet, you said nothing critical when Barack Obama having just been elected to the U.S. Senate in 2004, immediately began planning to run for President in 2008!
I believe that makes you a HYPOCRITE.