Which Way Internet Privacy?

Glover, K. Daniel
July 2001
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p22
Academic Journal
The article focuses on how a consensus to standardize consumers' privacy on the Internet has not been reached. Timothy Muris, chairperson of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), chose not to comment on whether he would endorse federal privacy legislation. According to an official at the Delany Policy Group, privacy is not the central issue in American politics. According to privacy rights activists, there exist industries that have bought off politicians in an effort to thwart privacy legislation.


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