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Online tracking debate heats up after flaws exposed

EFF IN THE NEWS
April 24, 2013

Privacy advocates warn collecting data about individuals through the web could be dangerous, for instance because it could enable groups like insurance companies to make assumptions that could hurt consumers.

Meanwhile, US policymakers have been debating a series of proposals labelled Do Not Track, which would enable internet users to turn off online ad tracking.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013
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