President Biden Feb. 28 directed the Department of Justice to issue regulations to protect personal health and other data from countries known to collect and misuse it. Among other actions, he directed the departments of Health and Human Services, Defense and Veterans Affairs to ensure countries of concern don’t use federal grants, contracts and awards to facilitate access to Americans’ sensitive health data.

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