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IN BRIEF

Lawmaker to Address Internet Privacy

NOVEMBER 04, 2010

“A key Republican lawmaker indicated Wednesday that Internet privacy could be a legislative priority in the next Congress, as a growing number of data breaches draw increased attention from federal regulators.” (Washington Post)

He doesn’t mean government surveillance, which is apparently okay.

FEE Timely Classic
“Ignoring Real Privacy Problems” by James Plummer

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