You would think that with the U.S. government gridlocked there would be nothing going on with Internet privacy.
And then there’s the hacker privacy issue.
Both Linkedin and eHarmony apparently had their databases hacked with passwords stolen. Users were told to change their passwords (Roboform is a pretty good tool for creating, saving, and keeping track of many passwords).
So while it’s unlikely you have to worry about Congress passing bad legislation covering Internet privacy this year, whether you’re a website owner or simply surfing the Web, online privacy remains an issue.