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Is 2023 the Year the US Gets Serious About Protecting Privacy?
A discussion of the Bank Secrecy Act and new privacy priorities in Congress.
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CDCROP: Janitors sweep the trading floor at the New York Stock Exchange - NYSE - following the closing bell. October 10th 2008 was a historic low for the Dow Jones index. (Orjan F. Ellingvag/Corbis via Getty Images)
Sweeping Crypto Regulation? First Update the Bank Secrecy Act
The BSA’s surveillance framework is ingrained within U.S. regulators’ compliance culture – but it doesn't work for crypto.
CDCROP: Janitors sweep the trading floor at the New York Stock Exchange - NYSE - following the closing bell. October 10th 2008 was a historic low for the Dow Jones index. (Orjan F. Ellingvag/Corbis via Getty Images)

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The Financial Aftermath of 9/11
As the world looks back on one of the worst tragedies of the 21st century, it’s important to remember 9/11′s long-lasting aftereffects: increased financial surveillance and exclusion.
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Treasury Secretary Mnuchin And Fed Chair Powell Testify On CARES Act Before Senate
FinCEN's Wallet Rule Aims to Close Crypto-Cash Reporting Gap, Official Says
FinCEN Deputy Director Michael Mosier encouraged commenters to provide practical, technical feedback on the rule.
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin And Fed Chair Powell Testify On CARES Act Before Senate

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Provide Testimony at MS13 Hearing
FinCEN Wants US Citizens to Disclose Offshore Crypto Holdings of $10K+
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network wants U.S. persons who hold crypto in offshore accounts to report holdings over $10,000.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Provide Testimony at MS13 Hearing

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US Appeals Court Allows Warrantless Search of Blockchain, Exchange Data
A federal appeals court ruled public blockchain information and information stored on crypto exchanges do not provide a reasonable expectation of privacy under the Fourth Amendment.
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