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The Obama Administration’s Plan to Protect Privacy in the Internet Age by Adopting a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

Plan to Protect Privacy in the Internet Age by Adopting a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights   The Obama Administration unveiled a “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights” as part of a comprehensive blueprint to protect individual privacy rights and give

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We Can’t Wait: Obama Administration Unveils Blueprint for a “Privacy Bill of Rights” to Protect Consumers Online

We Can’t Wait: Obama Administration Unveils Blueprint for a “Privacy Bill of Rights” to Protect Consumers Online Internet Advertising Networks Announces Commitment to “Do-Not-Track” Technology to Allow Consumers to Control Online Tracking   WASHINGTON, DC – The Obama Administration today unveiled a

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President Obama’s Official Remarks On Earmark Reform

REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT ON EARMARK REFORM   Room 350 Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building     11:23 A.M. EDT   THE PRESIDENT:  Good morning.  I ran for President pledging to change the way business is done in Washington

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Wanted: Experienced Aviation Pilots And Boaters To Assist In Search And Rescue Effort For Two Missing NFL Players And Friend!

In a press conference given minutes ago, United States Coast Guard officials announced that the search for three missing boaters has been called off. NFL players Corey Smith, Marquis Cooper and one other person have been missing since their boat

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When Media Hides Behind A Hidden Agenda: How Media Manipulation Can Produce Undesirable Results

The insanity of the cartoon satarizing the assassination of President Barack Obama featured in The New York Post mid week has yet to illicit the type of headlines it so deserves.  On CNN late Friday, a farce of a discussion

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Can You Believe The New York Post Got Away With Murder?

It is surprising that the media and overall national outrage over this shocking New York Post cartoon isn’t above a whisper. Explain how it is that the President Of The United States can be so viciously caricatured and there not

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Jesse Jackson, Jr: “I’m No Snitch!”

  Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr.’s office Wednesday told CNN that reports and commentary referring to the congressman as an “informant” and a “snitch” for the FBI on the cable news broadcast Tuesday were false. This comes after the FBI released

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