While privacy pros are thumbs-up happy that President Barack Obama is pushing privacy legislation, they've got mixed reviews on what he's getting right and what, of that, is likely to ever go anywhere. After all, this is a lame-duck Democratic president hoping to push his agenda through a Republican-dominated House and Senate. The general consensus among privacy pros seems to be that the student privacy bill is bipartisan enough to get somewhere—who doesn't love kids?—but the cyber bill and consumer privacy bill of rights have some major flaws. Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, reports on reactions from privacy pros, advocates, academics and a former Obama advisor in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor.
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