Senate Posts Guide to Privacy Protection
Source: USA Today - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Privacy Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Orrin Hatch on Wednesday touted identity scrubbers, self-destructing e-mail and other online privacy protection tools, as an alternative to stepped-up policing of the Web. Releasing a consumer guide to state-of-the-art methods of curbing personal data giveaways, the . . . Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Orrin Hatch on Wednesday touted identity scrubbers, self-destructing e-mail and other online privacy protection tools, as an alternative to stepped-up policing of the Web. Releasing a consumer guide to state-of-the-art methods of curbing personal data giveaways, the Utah republican said protecting online privacy was a "very hot issue, and it's going to get hotter."

"We've got to find a way to live with it--and that ain't easy," he said, referring to the lack of consensus in Congress over updating privacy laws for the digital age. The 31-page handbook, "Know the Rules, Use the Tools," says many consumers have the mistaken impression that their conduct on the Internet is anonymous.

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