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Tech giants sign up to US privacy bill

Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and America Online (AOL) have agreed to sign up to a proposed privacy law in the United States, the 'Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights'. The Obama Administration announced the companies willingness to join, with the intention of increasing online privacy protection in the US, at the Bill's release on Thursday 23 February.

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