A Year Ago: Clinton Internet adviser to step down

First published: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 16:16:08 GMT

Ira Magaziner, who has served as President Clinton's senior policy advisor on Internet issues for the past six years, has informed White House officials he will resign shortly, a spokesman for Magaziner said today.

The departure of Magaziner, who spearheaded the Clinton administration's efforts on e-commerce, privatisation of the domain name registration system and online privacy, leaves questions about who will succeed him.


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