Nov 282012
 
 November 28, 2012  Posted by  Misc, Online

Demedia writes:

As has been reported, Aleecia McDonald from Mozilla will step down today as Co-Chair of the W3C’s Tracking Protection Working Group.  Peter Swire, a highly regarded law professor specializing in privacy, will replace her.

But this transition is more than just a personnel change.  It reflects a “multistakeholder” process in turmoil.    In the WC3, leading online industry companies and their trade groups are unwilling to develop a meaningful proposal that would enable Internet users better protect their privacy.

Read more on the Center for Digital Democracy.

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