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The FTC wants a do-not-track option for online browsing and urges greater tranparency around...

The FTC wants a do-not-track option for online browsing and urges greater tranparency around advertisers' consumer data policies. “Technological and business ingenuity has spawned a whole new world,” says chairman Jonathan Leibowitz, marking the release of a special FTC privacy report. The new marketplace must rest "on sound privacy practices and consumer choice."
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  • Henry Buttal
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    The consumer currently has unrivaled convenience because of current practices. Case in point - I go to Seeking Alpha, and it remembers me. If a consumer values privacy over convenience, there are numerous method of ensuring said privacy.

     

    I am sure the FTC will screw this up if they can...
    3 Dec 2010, 09:59 AM Reply Like
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