Politicians, as well as key contributors to eBay, Hewlett-Packard and PayPal speak out for federal legislation on consumer protection and privacy laws on the Internet.
By ZDNet Staff
| June 21, 2006 -- 01:00 GMT (18:00 PDT)
| Topic: Legal
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