Wednesday June 19, 2013
Consumer and Privacy Organizations Issue Statement on Do-Not-Track MechanismsRalph E. Stone Salem-News.com
Privacy and consumer organizations issued a statement on DNT.
(SAN FRANCISCO) - The World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) "seeks to support the wide adoption of Web technologies in digital publishing contexts. . . to reinforce cooperation around well defined technical issues." In this regard, the W3C conducts workshops around a number of technical issues. A workshop will be held in Berlin on March 11 and 12 to discuss how Do-Not-Track (DNT) mechanisms should work.
In advance of this workshop, on March 11, 2013 a number of privacy and consumer organizations issued the following statement on DNT.
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