EPIC Releases Privacy Report Card for Obama Administration

EPIC has released the 2010 Privacy Report Card for the Obama Administration. EPIC gave the Administration a grade of C in Consumer Privacy, B in Medical Privacy, D in Civil Liberties, and B in Cybersecurity. A group of experts participated in a Capitol Hill briefing on privacy and the Obama Administration. This year's grades are a drop from the grades given in EPIC's 2009 Privacy Report Card and reflect important privacy developments during the past year. The report card launch is part of EPIC's Privacy 2010 Campaign.

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