Senators Add Voices to Anti-tracking Movement

June 5, 2011

Protests against computer companies who track consumer activity online has led to a series of attempts to limit the tracking. Senators McCain, Kerry, and Rockefeller have been working on introducing opt-out clauses and rules to control the  marketers who trace online customers. Teens who use the Sony PlayStation Network were just exposed through hacking, so this debate affects many millions of users, some of whom are underage. Enlightening article.

Shira S.

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