The New York junior senator said Republicans are not “connecting all the dots and understanding what this means for them.”
“It’s so widespread and harmful, I don’t think people fully understand what the impact is,” Gillibrand said. “I think for a lot of people, they just bury their heads in the sand and say, ‘Oh, this has nothing to do with me.’ Unfortunately, the wording of the decision wasn’t that.”
With Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer fully embracing the status quo they have inherited through apathetic congressional decrees, it’s unclear which, if any, of these competing privacy measures could attract the necessary bipartisan support. But some in the Republican Party say they support it.In fact, even more liberal-leaning Republicans objected Roe v Wadethey also objected to some of the consequences of its absence.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley said, “I hate the idea of these apps tracking us and selling data and doing anything for any reason without consumers’ permission.”
Unlike Democrats, Hawley agreed with the Supreme Court’s ruling that there is no constitutional right to privacy in abortion. For Hawley, this is a separate issue entirely.
“There are rights to privacy in the Constitution — the Fourth Amendment, the Fifth Amendment — but they are rights that actually exist in the Constitution and are clearly enshrined in the Constitution and have long been protected by case law,” member Ho Leigh said the Judiciary Committee.
Hawley argues that these fundamental privacy rights are what Congress must now explicitly apply to repositories of personal information that most people never intend to be seen by anyone. The debate goes well beyond reproductive data, Hawley said.
“That’s why — I’m a former prosecutor — but a lot of prosecutors, they don’t like encrypting anything because it does make it harder to prosecute crimes, and I understand that,” Hawley said. “But I really like encryption because otherwise you don’t have any control over your data.”
after this dystopiaroe Reality – The most intimate reproductive details of millions of Americans are sold to brokers for pennies or passed on to local police from Mark Zuckerberg’s lawyers – Democratic leaders, from Pelosi And Schumer, to Senate Commerce Chair Maria Cantwell, continues to jeopardize even basic data privacy protections that the current U.S. Congress might pass. And, unlike recent congressional sessions, failure is not an option for ordinary Democrats.
“A lot of people don’t know how much information is being collected about their sport, and frankly, when they heard about it in a rollover situation, they were kind of freaked out. roe,” Senator Warren said. “If companies can make money trading your health information, economic information, or social preference information, then its impact will be reflected in everything that happens in our lives. “
Schumer appears to have outsourced his opinion to Cantwell and Pelosi, who would not support any measure that would violate California privacy laws.With California voters being taken care of, in getting Roe v WadeIn the age of reproductive health, the pleading eyes of millions of Americans are now on Pelosi.
“Well, of course she’s going to set things up on the floor,” Mississippi Sen. Roger Wick — the top Republican on the Cantwell Commerce Committee — told reporters last week as he boarded a streetcar at the Capitol. “She has the power to ruin the whole deal if she wants to.”