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Opponents of Obama Health Plan Hit Street

Opponents of runaway government spending have staged Boston Tea Party-inspired protests across the country since April to show their displeasure with what they see as an out-of-touch presidential administration. On June 11, protestors hit the streets of Green Bay, Wisconsin, where more than 1,000 rallied to express their dissatisfaction with ...
Business & Economics

Online Health Records Gain Support in Marketplace, Washington

The Mayo Clinic is joining forces with Microsoft’s HealthVault technology to offer the Mayo Clinic Health Center to the public as a market-based online tool allowing people to keep track of their health records, family history, and chronic conditions. The product from the renowned medical institution joins a growing list ...
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Schumer Demands ‘Public Option’

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), September 1, 2009 Right Side News, August 1, 2009 Senior Senate Finance Committee member Charles Schumer (D-NY) has vowed to “ignore” all health care overhaul legislation that does not include plans to create a government-run health insurance plan, or “public option,” and have it compete ...
Business & Economics

Chicago May Use Red Light Cameras to Catch Uninsured Drivers

Infotech & Telecom News (The Heartland Institute), July 1, 2009 Opposing Views (Los Angeles,CA), June 2, 2009 The city of Chicago is considering a new use for red light cameras: nabbing uninsured drivers. Technology experts and civil liberties advocates call the idea a violation of privacy and a misuse of ...
Business & Economics

Anonymous Online Comments Case Reaches Illinois Court

A coalition of news organizations is asking the Third District Appellate Court of Illinois to preserve the right to comment anonymously online. The controversy stems from a lawsuit filed against the owners of the Ottawa Times newspaper in Illinois by the owners of a bed and breakfast inn. Readers of ...
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Shut Down Google Docs, Advocacy Group Tells FTC

The Electronic Privacy Information Center is calling for a federal government investigation of Google’s privacy safeguards. The group is reacting to the accidental sharing of some users’ Google Docs information in March. The bug affected users who previously shared documents with other users. About .05 percent of all Google Docs ...
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Regulate Retail Clinics, Indiana Legislator Asks

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), May 1, 2009 Indiana state Sen. Patricia Miller (R-Indianapolis) is calling for stiffer standards regulating retail clinics serving patrons in pharmacies, shopping malls, and big-box retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target. Senate Bill 0216 requires retail clinics to have entrances separate from that of the ...
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Facebook Users Force Change in Site’s Privacy Policy

Info Tech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute), May 1, 2009 Facebook quickly retreated from a recent change to its privacy policy after thousands of users made online protests and threatened to leave the site. The episode offered a vivid example of how market forces quickly create positive change in the ...
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Obama Under Pressure to Regulate Internet Info-Gathering

Infotech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute), May 1, 2009 Self-described public advocacy groups are pressuring the Obama administration to create strong mandates regarding how much information Internet companies can collect on their customers and how it is used. The U.S. Public Interest Research Group and Center for Digital Democracy have ...
Business & Economics

National Safety Council Seeks Ban on Calling While Driving

Info Tech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute), April 1, 2009 The National Safety Council is calling for a nationwide ban on cell phone use while driving, claiming 6 percent of all automobile crashes are due to cell phone use, costing Americans $43 billion a year. According to the NSC’s Web ...
Commentary

Opponents of Obama Health Plan Hit Street

Opponents of runaway government spending have staged Boston Tea Party-inspired protests across the country since April to show their displeasure with what they see as an out-of-touch presidential administration. On June 11, protestors hit the streets of Green Bay, Wisconsin, where more than 1,000 rallied to express their dissatisfaction with ...
Business & Economics

Online Health Records Gain Support in Marketplace, Washington

The Mayo Clinic is joining forces with Microsoft’s HealthVault technology to offer the Mayo Clinic Health Center to the public as a market-based online tool allowing people to keep track of their health records, family history, and chronic conditions. The product from the renowned medical institution joins a growing list ...
Commentary

Schumer Demands ‘Public Option’

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), September 1, 2009 Right Side News, August 1, 2009 Senior Senate Finance Committee member Charles Schumer (D-NY) has vowed to “ignore” all health care overhaul legislation that does not include plans to create a government-run health insurance plan, or “public option,” and have it compete ...
Business & Economics

Chicago May Use Red Light Cameras to Catch Uninsured Drivers

Infotech & Telecom News (The Heartland Institute), July 1, 2009 Opposing Views (Los Angeles,CA), June 2, 2009 The city of Chicago is considering a new use for red light cameras: nabbing uninsured drivers. Technology experts and civil liberties advocates call the idea a violation of privacy and a misuse of ...
Business & Economics

Anonymous Online Comments Case Reaches Illinois Court

A coalition of news organizations is asking the Third District Appellate Court of Illinois to preserve the right to comment anonymously online. The controversy stems from a lawsuit filed against the owners of the Ottawa Times newspaper in Illinois by the owners of a bed and breakfast inn. Readers of ...
Commentary

Shut Down Google Docs, Advocacy Group Tells FTC

The Electronic Privacy Information Center is calling for a federal government investigation of Google’s privacy safeguards. The group is reacting to the accidental sharing of some users’ Google Docs information in March. The bug affected users who previously shared documents with other users. About .05 percent of all Google Docs ...
Commentary

Regulate Retail Clinics, Indiana Legislator Asks

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), May 1, 2009 Indiana state Sen. Patricia Miller (R-Indianapolis) is calling for stiffer standards regulating retail clinics serving patrons in pharmacies, shopping malls, and big-box retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target. Senate Bill 0216 requires retail clinics to have entrances separate from that of the ...
Commentary

Facebook Users Force Change in Site’s Privacy Policy

Info Tech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute), May 1, 2009 Facebook quickly retreated from a recent change to its privacy policy after thousands of users made online protests and threatened to leave the site. The episode offered a vivid example of how market forces quickly create positive change in the ...
Commentary

Obama Under Pressure to Regulate Internet Info-Gathering

Infotech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute), May 1, 2009 Self-described public advocacy groups are pressuring the Obama administration to create strong mandates regarding how much information Internet companies can collect on their customers and how it is used. The U.S. Public Interest Research Group and Center for Digital Democracy have ...
Business & Economics

National Safety Council Seeks Ban on Calling While Driving

Info Tech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute), April 1, 2009 The National Safety Council is calling for a nationwide ban on cell phone use while driving, claiming 6 percent of all automobile crashes are due to cell phone use, costing Americans $43 billion a year. According to the NSC’s Web ...
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