The Internet and its implications in the political and business world were discussed during a special edition of the Washington… read more
The Internet and its implications in the political and business world were discussed during a special edition of the Washington Journal. This edition also focused on security issues of the Internet. Newspaper articles were reviewed and viewer telephone calls were taken. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Rina Aaron Researcher Investigative Group
- Frank J. Cilluffo Senior Analyst Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Brant Houston Executive Director Investigative Reporters and Editors
- Thomas Meenan Coordinator U.S. Senate->Information Services
- Tom Patton Manager C-SPAN->New Media
- Marc Rotenberg President and Executive Director Electronic Privacy Information Center
- Don Willmott Executive Editor Online
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