Then-Chief of Staff of the Vice President Bruce Reed (right) with then-US President Barack Obama (centre) at the Good Stuff Eatery on Capitol Hill in Washington, August 3, 2011. Reed is now tech adviser to President-elect Joe Biden. Photo: Reuters Then-Chief of Staff of the Vice President Bruce Reed (right) with then-US President Barack Obama (centre) at the Good Stuff Eatery on Capitol Hill in Washington, August 3, 2011. Reed is now tech adviser to President-elect Joe Biden. Photo: Reuters
Then-Chief of Staff of the Vice President Bruce Reed (right) with then-US President Barack Obama (centre) at the Good Stuff Eatery on Capitol Hill in Washington, August 3, 2011. Reed is now tech adviser to President-elect Joe Biden. Photo: Reuters
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Top Biden adviser Bruce Reed expected to make tech regulation of online privacy, content more likely

  • President-elect Joe Biden’s top technology adviser Bruce Reed helped craft California’s landmark online privacy law
  • He recently co-authored a chapter in a book denouncing Section 230, which makes it impossible to sue internet companies over the content of user postings

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Then-Chief of Staff of the Vice President Bruce Reed (right) with then-US President Barack Obama (centre) at the Good Stuff Eatery on Capitol Hill in Washington, August 3, 2011. Reed is now tech adviser to President-elect Joe Biden. Photo: Reuters Then-Chief of Staff of the Vice President Bruce Reed (right) with then-US President Barack Obama (centre) at the Good Stuff Eatery on Capitol Hill in Washington, August 3, 2011. Reed is now tech adviser to President-elect Joe Biden. Photo: Reuters
Then-Chief of Staff of the Vice President Bruce Reed (right) with then-US President Barack Obama (centre) at the Good Stuff Eatery on Capitol Hill in Washington, August 3, 2011. Reed is now tech adviser to President-elect Joe Biden. Photo: Reuters
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