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Daily Dashboard | In Amsterdam, A Lack of Consensus on Do Not Track Related reading: CFPB releases Consumer Protection Principles on financial data sharing


The New York Times reports on the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) meetings in Amsterdam this week and the lack of consensus among stakeholders on how to bring a Do-Not-Track option to websites. The report states that “the stakes for Internet users are high and boil down to who determines the limits and protections of online privacy on the Internet…” The meeting continues today. While the W3C’s Thomas Roessler says he has “some measure of confidence we will come up with a workable solution,” the head of the European Commission’s Article 29 Working Party, Jacob Kohnstamm, an observer at the meeting, said, “It seems the process has been hijacked by commercial interests.” U.S. FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz said, “There is enormous and bipartisan momentum for Do-Not-Track options for consumers if there is no agreement by the end of this year.”
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