Domain: blog.cdt.org

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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
youtube.com 30,834,319
blog.wired.com 351,850
amazon.com 22,358,187
cdt.org 12,618
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nytimes.com 1,893,341
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - National Privacy Standards Needed for ...
National Privacy Standards Needed for America’s “Cammed Nation”. March 7th, 2008 by Greg Burnett. Washington, D.C. recently joined the club of cities, ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - A National “REAL ID” Database Is Not ...
Sep 23, 2008 ... A National “REAL ID” Database Is Not the Answer ... date of birth and Social Security Number, the central database would be a one-stop-shop ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - Comcast Plans Major Shift in Approach ...
Mar 27, 2008 ... PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - Comcasts Spells Out Congestion Management ... While we encourage comments, we must insist that they be focused, ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - More surveillance than meets the eye
A recent submission to Congress by Verizon reveals the extremely high volume of government surveillance requests and orders that telecoms face in the post ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - Internet Neutrality and the Verizon ...
Sep 28, 2007 ... The New York Times (registration required) reported yesterday that Verizon Wireless refused to allow an opt-in text messaging program from ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - A Big Step Forward for Open Networks
Today’s Verizon Wireless announcement that it will open its network to third party ... In response to a question during a press briefing, a Verizon Wireless ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - Internet Neutrality and the Verizon ...
Sep 28, 2007 ... Verizon Wireless reportedly had told Naral that its policy barred message programs ... As the Verizon Wireless-Naral incident illustrates, ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - Show Us the Data Voting Deadline ...
Show Us the Data Voting Deadline Approaches. February 27th, 2009 by Heather West. March 9th is the deadline for telling ShowUsTheData.org what unclassified ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - Google Settles Lawsuit with Book ...
Oct 29, 2008 ... And book authors and publishers should enjoy new revenue opportunities .... to discuss news and developments in the technology policy arena. ...
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PolicyBeta - Blog Archive - Laptop Search Hit Rate: Only 1.4%
Laptop Search Hit Rate: Only 1.4%. October 30th, 2008 by Greg Nojeim. The overwhelming majority of laptop searches at the border turn up no evidence of ...
 
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