In an opinion piece for MIT's Technology Review, Antonio Regalado discusses the impact of tracking technologies following Microsoft's recent announcement that Internet Explorer 10 will contain a do-not-track feature by default. Regalado notes recent suits alleging violations of federal wiretap laws and the circumvention of privacy settings and discusses regulators' claims that privacy-related harms need not be physical or economic, asking, "what are we really worried about?...Despite the hand-wringing, it's not so easy to find people who have been hurt by the collection of their personal data."
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