In accordance with that appearance and Data Privacy Day, Google has added a new video to its existing series of privacy videos, plus it has developed a privacy booklet (PDF) to educate consumers and parents about online data privacy. Horvath explains:
We've also developed a privacy booklet that you can download to get an in-depth look at our privacy practices and approach, and have co-sponsored the creation of educational materials on teen online privacy for parents and educators. The goal of all these efforts is to help educate you about online data privacy so that you can make more informed choices about how you use online products and services.
President Bush has promised a frugal budget proposal next month, but one big-ticket item is stirring controversy: an estimated $6 billion to build a secretive system protecting U.S. communication networks from attacks by terrorists, spies and hackers . . .