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The Shell Game of Privacy

May 29, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

A new plan from the White House calls for a consumer online privacy bill of rights, tasking the U.S. Department of Commerce with gathering input from consumer advocates, businesses and technical experts. Privacy advocates are cautiously optimistic, though they see many ways in which companies that derive profit from the personal info of users could water down the plan’s ultimate implementation.

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