OTA seeks comment

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The Online Trust Alliance (OTA), an industry group whose mission is to eliminate email and internet fraud, has released for comment a draft document outlining its Online Trust Principles. OTA said the principles listed in the document are a major step toward establishing business practices for greater online protection. After a 30-day comment period and subsequent ratification, OTA plans to work with business and regulatory agencies to drive adoption, according to an announcement describing the initiative. — CAM
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