Intuit issued the following statement in support of the White House’s introduction of a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights. It may be attributed to Barb Lawler, chief privacy officer.
“Intuit commends the White House for reinforcing its commitment to privacy and responsible data use today with the announcement of its comprehensive privacy framework, ‘Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked World.’ Intuit believes that the future of economic growth in the 21st century global economy will require a combination of balanced public policy by government and ethical data stewardship by companies, large and small alike.
“For nearly 30 years, Intuit has been committed to safe and responsible ways to improve our customers’ financial lives through technology innovation. We praise the administration’s leadership in driving the collaboration between the public and private sectors to develop strong principles-based consumer privacy rights in the U.S.”