Aug 192014
 August 19, 2014  Business

Kate Tummarello reports:

A lobbyist for one of the top companies that trades in consumer data is confident that Congress won’t set rules for how online marketers use information about consumers.

During a conference held by the Technology Policy Institute in Aspen, Colo. this week, Tony Hadley — senior vice president for government affairs and public policy for Experian — said industry standards, not legislation or regulation, should determine how companies collect and use information about Internet users for marketing purposes.

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