Privacy Protection Online, and More from CRS
Some new or newly updated reports from the Congressional Research Service include the following (all pdf).
“Privacy Protections for Personal Information Online,” April 6, 2011.
“Department of Defense Contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan: Background and Analysis,” March 29, 2011.
“Iran Sanctions,” April 4, 2011.
“Asylum and ‘Credible Fear’ Issues in U.S. Immigration Policy,” April 6, 2011.
“The Changing Demographic Profile of the United States,” March 31, 2011.
Congress does not permit the public to gain direct access to reports of the Congressional Research Service online.
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