Obama pushes ‘bill of rights’ for punters’ privates

By | February 24, 2012

Source: The Register

by Brid-Aine Parnell

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In this article “US President Obama has proposed a “bill of rights” for online privacy that could give the US government greater powers to wallop the likes of Google and Facebook for fumbling sensitive data.

White House chiefs have told the Commerce Department to herd internet companies, privacy advocates and related bods into a room to develop enforceable rules based on his proposed blueprint for improving consumer protections

The proposed bill will give the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) the job of enforcing data privacy rights that are agreed to by everyone involved in the process.”

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