A House subcommittee will hold a hearing early next month to discuss Internet privacy, The Washington Post reports. Specifically, members of the Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection Subcommittee will hear more about the concept of a do-not-track registry for the Internet and other aspects of a bill presented by Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL) earlier this year. The bill will be reintroduced during the lame duck session, according to the report. The tentative date for the hearing is December 2. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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