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Franken Introduces Bill on Smartphone, Internet Privacy

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Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., has reintroduced legislation to ban companies' surreptitious collection of location data from smartphones and other electronic devices, rebooting a privacy-protection push the business community sought to squash.

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  • Jack McLowell

    self-regulatory, like wolves regulating themselves regarding how many sheep they will eat..Give me a break, these bastards want to be able to sell your movements over the last year to third parties, plain and simple invasion of privacy.

  • must be a genius

  • Mo Hajjar

    I believe it‘s only a matter of time where we see everything shifted online and to cyberspace, specially that the tools are already available and have been well test. New firms are making good use of such platform. For example, at www.pronited.com we have designed an all futuristic cyber platform which enable us to eliminate all type of paperwork. Even agreements are signed electronically.

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