Juliana Gruenwald reports:
Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Fla., plans to pick up where he and former Rep.Rick Boucher, D-Va., left off in the last Congress in trying to craft an online privacy bill.
Stearns is reworking the draft bill he helped develop with Boucher, who was defeated in November, to address concerns raised about the measure in comments provided to the lawmakers last year. “Rep. Stearns has taken those comments and is working with stakeholders on developing legislation that he plans to offer soon,” a Stearns spokesman said.
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