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U.N. to Regulate the Internet?

On February 8, 2013 By Dahni Barav

We are likely all used to companies collecting information about our private online activity.  Most top internet sites install tracking software that monitors activity across domains.  With such pervasive internet surveillance already in place, one might ask what expectations of online privacy remain.

Despite open acknowledgement of private internet monitoring, most of the international community has [...]

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Few would disagree with the statement that the Internet has led to a global revolution. Ideas and messages can be communicated to millions of others, all around the world, in mere seconds. While this is largely a good thing for now and the future, the Internet age has also complicated the application and enforcement of national and international laws. Copyrighted [...]

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