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+ - Five Big Problems With Proposed Privacy Law->

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jfruhlinger
jfruhlinger writes "As privacy continues to erode online, we should probably be grateful that Congress has decided to move to address it at all. But blogger Dan Tynan sees a number of shortcomings with the proposed legislation — it's too vague, it bypasses state laws, and it's all based around opt-out, for instance — and despairs that this might be the best we'll get."
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