Rough seas in safe harbors

November 1998
Network World;11/30/98, Vol. 15 Issue 48, p38
Trade Publication
Comments on the United States government's unwillingness to create laws that will protect individual privacy from companies' efforts to gather and sell consumer data. Comparison with the European Union's privacy protection laws.


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