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June 23, 2011


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Howard Wasserman

One interesting feature was the Court's suggestion that Vermont went wrong by broadly allowing access and use of the data to everyone but detailers for marketing, but that it might be different if it broadly *banned* access and use accept for a few, specifically identified permissible uses and users. The latter might be tailored enough. But it also would be difficult for legislatures to enumerate uses and users in this way.


A good day for speech, but a bad day for privacy (for the ability to control information about your actions).

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