Wendy Davis reports:
A federal judge has dismissed a consumer’s potential class-action lawsuit against four major advertisers — McDonald’s, CBS, Mazda and Microsoft — that were accused of acting in concert with the ad network Interclick to use controversial “history-sniffing” techniques for online tracking.
U.S. District Court Judge Deborah Batts in New York also narrowed the consumer’s case against Interclick, but did not entirely dismiss the lawsuit against the ad network.
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