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Privacy Courtesy of an Internet Police State?

December 15, 2010 No Comments

While the objective of anti-tracking legislation would be similar to that of the Do Not Call List, those seeking to apply this model to the Internet seem to be ignoring two important facts: 1) This is not 2003, and 2) Monitoring telephone calls is a lot easier than keeping tabs on Internet traffic. In fact, one of the things the Congressional hearings on this matter revealed is there currently is no reliable way of ensuring compliance with a do-not-track law.

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