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Online Industry Struggling To Reach Do-Not-Track Consensus

Law360, New York (October 5, 2012, 7:36 PM EDT) -- An international working group adjourned its most recent gathering Friday without reaching a consensus on how to craft a global standard for do-not-track technology, marking the latest setback in a process that the Federal Trade Commission has said should be completed by year's end.

The World Wide Web Consortium Tracking Protection Working Group — an international group of advertising companies, browser makers, consumer groups, governmental agencies and other stakeholders tasked with forging a consensus solution that would allow users to block online tracking — concluded a three-day, face-to-face meeting in Amsterdam with lingering questions about what types of data companies could...

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