Marc Rotenberg talked about privacy concerns over proposed initiatives in Congress and by the Obama administration. Topics included… read more
Marc Rotenberg talked about privacy concerns over proposed initiatives in Congress and by the Obama administration. Topics included new legislation that would require Internet service providers to store search data for two years, efforts by the administration to expand the use of electronic medical records, and the creation of a “truth commission” to investigate warrentless wiretaps.
Greg Piper was the guest host.
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*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Greg Piper Associate Managing Editor Washington Internet Daily
- Marc Rotenberg President and Executive Director Electronic Privacy Information Center
- Peter Slen Senior Executive Producer C-SPAN->Book TV
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