Is A "Privacy Bill of Rights" and New Federal Office the Answer to Our Online Privacy Woes?

The federal government waded further into the ongoing debate over online privacy this week, calling for the creation of an online "Privacy Bill of Rights" and a new federal office to develop and oversee those guidelines. Facing an Internet that evolves constantly, privacy breaches that strike daily, and Web entrepreneurs anxious to test boundaries, is that enough?

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The federal government waded further into the ongoing debate over online privacy this week, calling for the creation of an online “Privacy Bill of Rights” and a new federal office to develop and oversee those guidelines. Facing an Internet that evolves constantly, privacy breaches that strike daily, and Web entrepreneurs anxious to test boundaries, is that enough?

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