Freeman

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.

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