Dec 022010
 December 2, 2010  Posted by  Laws, Online, Youth & Schools

Tony Romm reports:

One of the House’s top online privacy advocates is promising legislation next year that would allow parents and children to opt out of being tracked on various websites.

The forthcoming bill, to be authored by Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass), will heavily emphasize “Do Not Track” technology – tools that can be built into browsers like Firefox and Internet Explorer, which could give parents greater control over what kind of information Web companies can glean from under-age children.

Read more on Politico.

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