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Going Overboard On Privacy Could Hurt Web Consumers

In the Internet age, everyone is understandably more leery about their privacy. No one wants “the wrong people” to have access to their personal data. Or even “the right people” for “the wrong reasons,” for that matter.

Still, there is an element of paranoia in the privacy rights campaign that, if left unchecked, could do more harm than good. Thus, our concern is focused on a bill introduced in the U.S. Senate by Commerce Committee Chairman Ernest F. Hollings, D-S.C.

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