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Presto Vivace
Presto Vivace writes "White House Proposes Vast Federal Internet Identity Scheme

The White House has just released the draft of a rather chilling document — tellingly hosted on Department of Homeland Security servers — that proposes the creation of a vast, federally-led "Trusted identities in Cyberspace" infrastructure that would potentially reach into nearly every aspect of Internet use, from financial transactions to comments on blogs. The White House is seeking public comments on the proposal.

Anyone who has an opinion about this, now would be a good time to speak out."
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