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FTC Reviews Behavioral Targeting Practices

An article today on the Washington Post site—FTC Wants to Know What Big Brother Knows About You–discusses the United States Federal Trade Commission’s ongoing review of behavioral targeting practices among companies such as Yahoo! And Microsoft. While many ad-supported websites … Continue reading

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“Internet policy for the next administration” at UT, April 21

Mark Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center and Howard Shelanski of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be featured speakers at an event next Monday at the LBJ Library at UT. The next President’s policy team will … Continue reading

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