Congress must lead the way on privacy

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Congress must lead the way on privacy

It took 34 years for radio to reach 50 million users. Television got to the same number of people in 13 years. The internet hit that 50-million-user mark in just four years.

Carole Longendyke, partner and director of data forensics with P.G. Lewis and Associates, shared these statistics in a talk at last month's TechnoSecurity Conference in South Carolina. Speaking about how the internet's rapid growth and its use by criminals to make money has amplified the need ...

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