Special Report on
The Ad-Tracking Debate
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On the question of how to reconcile behavioral targeting and privacy, we now have definitive proposals from each end of the spectrum. In July, the advertising industry delivered its Self-Regulatory Principles (urging industry efforts instead of legislation). Then last week a coalition of privacy advocates delivered a Legislative Primer (calling for a broad set of laws). The stage is set for conflict as Congress digs in. Industry and advocacy groups do seem to agree that enhanced disclosure of behavioral tracking is necessary, which means consumers should be better able to identify the ... Read More
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