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Daily Dashboard | The Challenges of Geography-Based Regulations Related reading: On the pitfalls of reputation economics

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San Francisco Chronicle explores the challenges that come with geographically differing regulations for online privacy. California, for example, has more defined privacy laws than other U.S. states, but non-California-based Internet companies accessed by California residents are still required to follow California law. Developer Jonathan Nelson says, "The thought of an 'international boundary' when it comes to data is really silly to me," adding, "It's archaic." But the EU is also considering regulations that say any online business used by EU citizens is subject to EU privacy laws. Parker Higgins of the Electronic Frontier Foundation adds, "The best approach isn't necessarily legislating every situation” but “giving consumers the information they need to make choices for themselves." (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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