White house big data report changes conversation, but vagueness worries some

Deidre Mulligan quoted in Washington Internet Daily, May 2, 2014 (subscription required)

It’s a notable shift, said privacy advocates and academics in interviews and statements. Notice and choice “has failed as an organizing framework” for the big data discussion, said Berkeley Law professor Deirdre Mulligan…. With this report, the White House is now “talking about a broader surveillance culture,” with discrimination and fairness at the center, she said.