Protecting Online Privacy

Savino, William M.
September 2002
Marketing Management;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p49
Discusses the privacy rights of various consumers in the Internet. Applications of Children's Online Privacy Protection Act; Information on pretexting; Proposal of U.S. Federal Trade Commission for additional rules and acting to educate businesses and consumers.


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