Broad Rules Needed To Protect Privacy

December 2001
Wireless Week;12/3/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 48, p16
Trade Publication
Interviews David Sobel, general counsel of the United States Electronic Privacy Information Center on security, government surveillance and identity theft. Views on whether the Federal Communications Commission would proceed with a separate rulemaking; His stand on a legislation to require all wireless devices to be a global positioning-style system; Some statistics about online credit card fraud.


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