Internet Ad Group Blasts Mozilla Cookie Privacy Project

Law360, Chicago (June 26, 2013, 6:37 PM EDT) -- A group representing hundreds of online advertisers on Tuesday criticized an initiative recently launched by Mozilla and privacy experts to develop a mechanism that would automatically block cookies from websites consumers have never visited, saying the proposal is a "kangaroo cookie court" that lacks transparency.

Randall Rothenberg, the president and CEO of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, wrote on the IAB's website that the "Cookie Clearinghouse" Mozilla said last week it is working to develop with Stanford University privacy experts is really "an arbitrary group determining who...
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