Protecting Privacy: Who Is Responsible?

Glick, Eric
May 2001
Wireless Week;05/14/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 20, p14
Trade Publication
Discusses the issue on whether the United States government should enact legislation to protect consumer privacy while using the Internet or wireless communication services. Petition filed by the CTIA to the Federal Communications Commission to adopt rule on wireless location services; Telecommunication companies which oppose rules on wireless location services; Failure of Representative Cliff Stearns to address the issue during a congressional hearing.


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