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White House advisors call for an internet privacy bill of rights

02
May
2014

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 by consumer advocacy groups.

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