Senator Wants To Protect Consumer Data | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, has announced a new bill that would create an independent agency to protect consumer data against big tech companies. Sen. Gillibrand joins Morning Joe to discuss. Aired on 02/24/20.
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Senator Wants To Protect Consumer Data | Morning Joe | MSNBC

33 Comments on "Senator Wants To Protect Consumer Data | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. I forgot that she actually ran for president last year

  2. Because they are old fossils and have no understanding of this and it’s impact.

  3. Gillibrand was tight with Hillary till Gillibrand decided to run for president.

  4. Thats not funny | February 24, 2020 at 11:24 AM | Reply

    BERNIE2020

  5. We had consumer data protection under Obama, but traitor Trump striped that away as soon as he got into office!!

  6. How many year’s after Europe passed this law’s?

  7. See, one of the big problems is that *WE **_ARE_* giving them these permissions. We all clicked that _”I have read and agree to the terms of service”_ button.

    It’s made extremely vague, open-ended and complex, and that need to change – but still. People need to starting taking their own part far more seriously, too, of the responsibility for their own privacy.
    *Stop signing contracts without reading them!*

  8. The trolls are bombarding this video. I would guess that internet data protection is not their favorite subject.

  9. Hmm. Sounds a LOT like what Andrew Yang was talking about during his Campaign.

  10. Always good to see the bots out in force. Just wish they could all come up with more convincing names. Real American, Blue Sky, Brave Heart, New Horizons…. is this the best they could come up with?

  11. Not a Bernie smear, except for the question’s framing. Gillibrand seems a moderate progressive. She will eventually endorse Bernie. Then she can really can get this work done.

  12. when ever I see her I think of Al Franken and the great senator that we lost

  13. Should have had Andrew Yang on to discuss this

  14. philosophicalreason | February 24, 2020 at 1:19 PM | Reply

    Will Moscow Mitch even allow it to go for a vote?

  15. Thanks for nothing, Kirsten. You railroaded Al Franken out of the senate. Maybe you should have been working on this instead of a smear job on an outstanding senator.

  16. Why no one doing anything — too busy drilling and running pipelines across protected lands.

  17. Paul Drusbasky | February 24, 2020 at 4:20 PM | Reply

    Joe’s in love with himself and he pays others to act like they love him ! But he’s blinded by his love and he can’t see it lol lol lol

  18. Many can argue about those “cookie banners” that claim to serve your needs. Reading further into the terms, some say they will use your data weather or not you accept the terms that apply to the website. Essentially America needs a warning delivered at all internet sites. Maybe call it the >> HR Section Data 101 warning that your data can be compromised. Sort of like getting Cancer notice from cigarettes or an official icon, please more than an emoji happy face, a warning such as > this internet site conforms to HR Section Data 101. Consumer data for use by the internet site can be validated by email. The consumer will be awarded for whistleblowing, reporting misuse, awards are as much as $250,000, or jail for offenders. All data must include information in the Metadata file for the new 5 th generation infrastructure. Crack on Watson.

  19. it actually took them until 5:52 to mention the biggest anxiety of MSNBC. must be a new record this month. what a crisis.

  20. “Why… Why… Why…” Cuz democrats are paid by the same big money to play it up and take a dive.

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