Do-Not-Track Moves Forward, But Deadline Doubts Linger

Law360, New York (May 9, 2013, 10:36 PM EDT) -- A working group tasked with establishing an online tracking standard concluded its final in-person meeting Wednesday with a pledge to complete the mechanism by July, but several participants remained skeptical that the group could overcome a long-standing lack of consensus to meet its goal.

After three days of meetings in Sunnyvale, Calif., the World Wide Web Consortium Tracking Protection Working Group adopted a document declaring that it had "consensus that there was sufficient progress during the meeting to merit moving ahead with the do-not-track standard, toward the July 2013" deadline to present specifications for a browser-based mechanism that would allow consumers...

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