I've posted the text here:
A summary is here:
"A bill just announced in Congress would require every Web site operator
to delete information about visitors, including e-mail addresses, if the
data is no longer required for a "legitimate" business purpose.
An open question is whether Rep. Ed Markey's bill would require that
Internet addresses be deleted by default from Apache and other web
server logs. One reading is that it would be. But it's not clear whether
an IP address falls under the definition of personal information.
This bill applies to anyone running a web site, including individuals
and bloggers. So it's not just companies that have to worry.
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