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Cybersecurity, Innovation and the Internet Economy Green Paper

June 08, 2011

This report follows a series of recent Internet security policy recommendations made by the Obama administration. In order to gather additional stakeholder input and refine this report’s preliminary recommendations, the Commerce Department will seek public comment and publish questions from the report in a Federal Register notice. The Commerce Department’s Internet Policy Task Force will also continue to work with others in government to engage the domestic and global privacy community, and will consider publishing a refined set of policy recommendations in the future.

The full report, including questions seeking additional stakeholder input, can be found on the NIST web site,