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Resolution on electronic voting

Archived Audio Webcast
Originally broadcast live on September 5, 2003

The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) held a press
conference on Friday, September 5, 2003 to announce the release of its 2003 Privacy and Human Rights Report.

This extensive survey examines the state of civil liberties and privacy rights around the world. Key topics include new technologies of surveillance, such as Total Information Awareness in the U.S., the use of biometric identification, and the public response to government's increasing usurpation of individual privacy.

For more information, see EPIC's website at

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