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Source: E-Commerce Times - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Privacy This is a great 40-page document by Orrin Hatch that describes what the government is doing about privacy, tools that can be used to protect your privacy, and a commendation to the public sector for what it's done to date to . . . This is a great 40-page document by Orrin Hatch that describes what the government is doing about privacy, tools that can be used to protect your privacy, and a commendation to the public sector for what it's done to date to protect security. "Urging consumers to take control of online privacy, members of the United States Senate Wednesday released a consumer handbook aimed at educating users on how to avoid privacy pitfalls through education and the use of high-tech devices.

Lawmakers were careful to say they do not endorse the products featured in the handbook, which include offerings from Microsoft, Disappearing, Inc. and American Express. Yet by releasing "Know the Rules, Use the Tools," legislators demonstrated just how pressing and thorny the Net privacy question has become."

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