President Obama is giving the U.S. Commerce Department the responsibility of heading an internet ID program for Americans. The U.S. government wants the public to be able to have a single digital identity that can be used for multiple websites. According to the U.S. government, it will eliminate the need for multiple different passwords. The Obama administration is drafting a program called the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace that includes details on the internet ID, which should be released by Obama in the next few months.
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Sprint PCS has announced plans to carry the new Sanyo RL7300 Ready Link phone. It is stylish, rugged and small enough to fit in your front pocket. The RL7300 will sell for $279.99 at Sprint stores nationwide. Ready Link is a quick and convenient way to communicate, your phone is capable of walkie-talkie style communication […]
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