Privacy Takes Precedence in D.C

Eggerton, John
May 2011
Multichannel News;5/16/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 20, p8
The article focuses on the proposed bill regarding online data-protection for both wired and wireless Internet-service providers in the U.S. Senator Al Franken of Minnesota says that people have the right to recognize those who gets access to their information through their mobile broadband devices as well as to control sharing the information. It also mentions the concerns of the U.S. Congress regarding complicated privacy policies that affect disclosure of user information.


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