May 052011
 May 5, 2011  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Laws, Online

Gavin Clarke reports:

Google has become the only browser marker to explicitly join lobbyists opposing a proposed law giving consumers the legal right to keep companies from tracking them online.

The giant has put its name to an alarmist letter signed by 30 other organizations, trade groups and individual companies, objecting to the passage of a Do-Not-Track bill that was debated for this first time by politicians in Google’s home state of California this week.

Read more in The Register.

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