Jul 222014
 
 July 22, 2014  Online

Brendan Sasso reports:

The White House may have misled people who visited its website about how it tracked their online behavior.

In a forthcoming paper, a group of researchers write that thousands of top websites, including WhiteHouse.gov, have been using a new, persistent type of online tracking.

Justin Brookman, the director of consumer privacy at the Center for Democracy and Technology, said the tracking was “probably inconsistent” with the White House’s own website privacy policy.

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