www.rawstory.com -- US senators John Kerry and John McCain introduced an online privacy bill Tuesday that seeks to strike a balance between protecting the personal information of Web users and the needs of businesses to conduct electronic commerce. The former Democratic and Republican presidential candidates said the bipartisan legislation would require companies gathering data to allow a consumer to "opt-out" of having their information collected. "Protecting Americans' personal, private information is vital to making the Information Age everything it should be," said Kerry, the Democrat from Massachusetts who lost the 2004 White House race to George W. Bush.
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