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Data Retention Bill Introduced

From: LISNews Netcast Network
Length: 02:40

A data retention bill introduced in Congress may create problems for libraries. Read the full description.

Listen_small The data retention bill introduced in the House and Senate by Representative Lamar  Smith and Senator John Cornyn presents a thorny problem for libraries.  Some states have laws mandating patron privacy.  How would the conflict be resolved?

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The data retention bill introduced in the House and Senate by Representative Lamar  Smith and Senator John Cornyn presents a thorny problem for libraries.  Some states have laws mandating patron privacy.  How would the conflict be resolved?

Broadcast History

Aired in episode 61 of LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast

Related Website

http://lisnews.org/listen_lisnews_org_podcast_episode_61