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ACP Applauds Introduction of E-Privacy Act

On Tuesday May 12, 1998, Senators John Ashcroft (R-MO), Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Conrad Burns (R-MT) and several others introduced the "E-Privacy Act" (S. 2067). The bill is designed to protect individual privacy while at the same time addressing national security and law enforcement concerns and modernizing export controls on commercial encryption products. [more]

Audio/Video from the introduction of the E-PRIVACY Act
(RealAudio/RealVideo Version -- you can download the free RealPlayer here)

Sen. John Ashcroft
Sen. Patrick Leahy
Sen. Conrad Burns
Sen. Ashcroft, R-MO
Sen. Leahy, D-VT
Sen. Burns, R-MT

 
 
Ed Gillespie
Becca Gould
Question & Answer Session
Ed Gillespie, ACP
Becca Gould, BSA
Q&A Session


Special thanks to Speedera for helping to make this cybercast happen.

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