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Default Privacy groups ask tech companies to sign user data 'security pledge'

A number of organizations including the ACLU, Fight for the Future and Color of Change have called on tech companies to sign a pledge and commit to protecting their users' data. The move comes as repercussions of the Cambridge Analytica scandal conti...
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