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Obama’s 100 Days: High Marks for Science, Low for Privacy

As President Barack Obama marks his 100th day in office today, we’ve set out to grade the 44th president’s performance on the bread-and-butter issues near and dear to Wired.com: copyright, cyber security, science, net neutrality, transparency and privacy...

“It’s more Obama is cutting class than a particular grade,” says Fred von Lohmann, a copyright attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. “I think the administration is facing more important priorities than copyright law right now. The economy is the most obvious issue right now. ”

Wednesday, April 29, 2009
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