Hey there What’s Next readers. Hope the run-up to the holidays aren’t causing too much stress. Likewise, many of us in the newsroom are taking off next week, too. But before we go dark, I wanted to leave you with a bit of light reading for the days ahead.

First up this week, a look at why advocacy groups are suing California over a DNA retention policy. Also, how a recent Facebook breach may be testing the hand of European and American regulators, a debate over law firms intent to innovate, and the Senate foots the bill(ions) in quantum computing research.

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