The Commerce Department, the administration believes, will ease the worries that intelligence agencies will have far too much reach into what Americans do, both online and off.
Hey, if it can trim down on the slew of passwords users have -- and have to change with regularity for their own security (because we all do that, right?) -- then can it be that bad?
Ominously, CNET notes: "Details about the 'trusted identity' project are remarkably scarce."
Well that should keep everyone from the anti-government Tea Party to the rights-defending ACLU unhappy for a while.