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Congressmen to Charter: Don't Track Customers' Browsing Habits

May 23, 2008

Two prominent congressmen are asking Charter Communications not to begin testing a program under which it will track the browsing habits of its high-speed Internet customers in order to send them targeted ads.


Barry Orton, a UW-Madison professor of telecommunications who closely follows such issues, Lee Tien, EFF senior staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a California-based civil liberties advocacy group similar to the American Civil Liberties Union, also raised issues of privacy and legality in interviews with The Capital Times on Thursday.

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