Monday, April 11, 2011

California Considers ‘Do Not Track’ Legislation for Online Privacy

"California state Sen. Alan Lowenthal, D-Long Beach, introduced legislation on Wednesday, April 6, that could put the state at the forefront of online privacy. Senate Bill 761 would require that consumers in California be given the option of allowing or disallowing companies to track their Web surfing habits. The bill is being likened to the Do Not Call list that allows consumers to prevent telemarketers from calling them."

 Government Technology

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