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+ - 26 Internet policy tips for the new Congress

Submitted by
Rigabov
Rigabov writes "In the coming months, the 110th Congress will be faced with decisions on issues ranging from surveillance, to online censorship, to consumer privacy that will have a lasting impact on the Internet. The Center for democracy and technology has 26 suggestion to help the Congress face those tough policy challenges. Here are the recommendations are at a glance, and here you may read the full report.

Examples include:
  • Congress Should Not Prevent Minors from Using Blogs and Social Networking Sites
  • Congress Should Enact Strong Data Breach Legislation
  • Congress Should Establish Strong Privacy Protections for Information Sharing for Counter-terrorism Purposes
  • Congress Should Monitor Developments in the Broadband Market
  • Congress Should Adopt Electronic Filing of Campaign Finance Reports
"

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