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Congress’ hands caught in the cookie jar

Congress’ hands caught in the cookie jar, By Declan McCullagh and Anne Broache, CNET News.com, January 6, 2006.

While no rule prohibits the use of Web monitoring techniques by Congress many members of Congress have promised not to monitor web use. Now, CNET reports that, “Dozens of U.S. senators are quietly tracking visits to their Web sites even though they have publicly pledged not to do so.”

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