This article by Hansi Lo Wang is published by NPR. Here is an excerpt:
As the country waits for more results from last year’s national head count, the U.S. Census Bureau is facing an increasingly tricky balancing act.
How will the largest public data source in the United States continue to protect people’s privacy while also sharing the detailed demographic information used for redrawing voting districts, guiding federal funding, and informing policymaking and research for the next decade?
Concerns have been brewing among census watchers about how the bureau will strike that balance, beginning with the redistricting data it’s on track to put out by Aug. 16.
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