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While the partial shutdown of the government continues to have significant implications for agencies like the U.S. Transportation Security Administration as travelers holding their shoes navigate the nation’s airports among long lines and wait times, the shutdown’s impact on less visible operations may not be so apparent to civilians. But what happens to privacy at the federal level while those charged with operationalizing it are sitting at home? The shutdown’s impact on the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Trade Commission, for example, isn’t to be ignored, according to former and current professionals closely linked to the two. “I’m worried about them,” former Department of Homeland Security Chief Privacy Officer Mary Ellen Callahan said of privacy pros within the government. “I get it, this can’t be fun.” Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, has the details for The Privacy Advisor. 
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