"Consumers have a right to know what data is being collected about them and have a right to decide whether they want to share that information and when," the senator said.
About time we heard some common sense from someone in Washington.
its also about time a company reverses a damn data mining/privacy invasion policy.
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CDeeter:About time we heard some common sense from someone in Washington.
I agree. I really hope that law passes; I mean we've seen too many cases where the companies just gather information without permission. Sure we can do all these things to block them but it's dam well time they made it official.
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I like a lot of the things that Sen. Al Franken has done after his election was hijacked for so long. He is good at what he does.
This OnStar debacle was caused by GM's greed. They saw an opportunity to make some fast cash and tried to cram it down customer's throats,......and now ~they're~ the ones having to swallow.
Serves them right,....
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