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posted by:Ian Kerr // 01:19 PM // December 28, 2005 // Digital Democracy: law, policy and politics

Some of you will be interested to know that the Privacy Journal has just published an 18-page 2005 Supplement to its popular Compilation of State and Federal Privacy Laws (2002). It describes and cites more than 200 laws passed recently, including new laws on "credit freezes," "security breach notifications," Social Security numbers, ID theft, covert videotaping, spam, and more. Laws in Canada re included.

The price is $21 plus $4 shipping, by U.S. mail or e-mail. The 2002 book with the Supplement included costs $31 plus $4. Order from Privacy Journal, PO Box 28577, Providence RI 02908, 401/274-7861, fax 401/274-4747, orders@privacyjournal.net. With a credit card, you can download the text at www.privacyjournal.net.


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