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

EFF IN THE NEWS
May 1, 2009

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. ”

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