Jan 272011
 
 January 27, 2011  Business, Laws, Online, Surveillance

Chris Soghoian writes:

Over the past few months, there has been a lot of discussion about Do Not Track. Although both the FTC and Commerce Department have recently issued privacy reports that mentioned Do Not Track, neither agency has the authority under existing law to make Do Not Track a reality. Either the industry can voluntarily agree to respect such a mechanism, or Congress is going to have to give the FTC the authority to make it happen.

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