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Nintey days ago, President Obama ordered a review about internet privacy, data use and other concerns sparked by the NSA spying revelations. Following a public consultation, the report has now been released by White House counselor John Podesta. Though flawed — theres no mention of NSA spying activities, for instance — its already being lauded […]

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The Brazilian government this week passed new legislation aimed at protecting internet privacy and guaranteeing open access to the web. As the Associated Press reports, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff signed the so-called internet constitution into law yesterday before speaking at a conference on web governance in Sao Paulo, where she hailed the legislation as critical to […]

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By Krista Hughes WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Revelations about U.S. digital eavesdropping have fanned concerns about Internet privacy and may complicate U.S. attempts to write rules enshrining the free flow of data into trade pacts with European and Pacific trading partners. “Restrictions on information flows are trade barriers,” Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, said at a […]

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