U.S. Supreme Court Asked to Rule on Issues That May Impact “Do Not Track” Debate
PUBLISHED IN: MediaLawLetter December 2010
TOPICS : Commercial Speech
By Thomas R. Julin
Much of the digital world fearfully focused its attention December 1, 2010, on a new Federal Trade Commission staff report entitled Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change. The report chided Internet companies for failing to do enough to warn consumers that their online activities are being tracked or to let them opt out of tracking.
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