ClickZ News By Kate Kaye, ClickZ, Jul 22, 2010 Share tweetmeme_source = 'clickz'; tweetmeme_service = 'bit.ly'; At a House subcommittee hearing yesterday, business and consumer groups discussed two privacy bills, revealing key areas of contention that could significantly affect online advertisers. Among the sticking points: FTC rulemaking authority, the ability for private individuals to sue alleged violators, data sharing, and safe harbor for corporations. Both pro-business witnesses and privacy advocates suggested that a bill introduced Monday by Rep. Bobby Rush represented progress on an issue Congress has poked into for over two years now. A draft bill floated by
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