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- Marc Rotenberg executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center and professor of information technology law at Georgetown University Law Center
- L. Richard Fischer attorney; author "The Law of Financial Privacy"
- Eric Lichtblau reporter, New York Times
- H. Bryan Cunningham attorney; former deputy legal adviser to the National Security Council, legal advisor to the CIA, and federal prosecutor.
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