May 042011
 
 May 4, 2011  Laws, Online

Gabriel Perna reports:

The State of California is looking to set a precedent with a “Do Not Track” bill, which its creators say could influence federal legislation of a similar nature.

The bill in California would give people the right to opt out of being tracked online. It would give consumers a way to send a message from their browsers that they do not want their information to be tracked for commercial purposes. It passed its first hurdle as the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to move it forward in the Senate. The bill passed by a vote of 3-2.

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