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Giving the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Some Teeth

CIO, February 24, 2012

Tony Bradley

PC World— President Obama unveiled a blueprint for a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights. The initiative is long overdue, and has been received favorably, but protecting consumer privacy may take more than a framework of principles for companies to voluntarily follow.

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2/24/2012
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