Professor Urges Tough Laws on ISP Surveillance

Even though Congress has growled loudly enough to get Internet service providers to back off their plans to sell information about their customers’ Web surfing to advertising companies, one prominent legal expert argues that the law governing the issue should still be made tougher. The issue was examined in a new paper, "The Rise and Fall of Invasive ISP Surveillance", by Paul Ohm, a former Justice Department official who now is a professor of law at the University of Colorado.

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