In the wake of Google's announcement on Monday that they were redirecting mainland Chinese users to an uncensored version of search through Hong Kong,...
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The White House Office of Management and Budget is retooling the current federal policy that governs how federal agencies are allowed to place "cookies" on citizens' computers to track their visits to agency web sites.
The next president should set out to make the Internet's very own Bill of Rights and promote strategies that empower Internet users to make their own choices for their families about content controls.
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