Obama offers blueprint for privacy rights on the Internet

The White House unveiled a plan to ensure user privacy, and that Google, Microsoft and Yahoo will comply

By John P. Mello Jr., PC World |  Security

The White House privacy plan comes on the heels of revelations that Google was circumventing the privacy protections of Apple's Safari browser and Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Google was roundly criticized by privacy advocates for its actions, some of whom, along with members of Congress, called for an FTC investigation into the matter.

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