May 062011
 
 May 6, 2011  Business, Laws, Online

Matthew Lasar reports:

Google and Facebook are warning legislators of dire consequences if California passes a “do not track” bill. The proposed law would require companies doing online business in the Golden State to offer an “opt-out” privacy mechanism for consumers.

Senate Bill 761 “would create an unnecessary, unenforceable and unconstitutional regulatory burden on Internet commerce,” says the letter in opposition to the measure. “The measure would negatively affect consumers who have come to expect rich content and free services through the Internet, and would make them more vulnerable to security threats.”

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