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Privacy Maybe John Palafoutas said it best. "People are not concerned about privacy, they're hysterical about privacy," the head of the American Electronics Association said during a spirited debate at the Aspen Summit Monday night. The debate will rage on in . . . Maybe John Palafoutas said it best. "People are not concerned about privacy, they're hysterical about privacy," the head of the American Electronics Association said during a spirited debate at the Aspen Summit Monday night. The debate will rage on in the private sector, among consumers and in government circles before the issue is concisely defined, let alone settled. Even the language in the largely-uncharted waters of online privacy is vague. Not just consumers, but business and government are still pretty much in the dark about Internet privacy, including what it really is, summiteers say.

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