Privacy advocates and the ad industry agree on one thing: the Do-Not-Track (DNT) talks should end, but, The Hill reports, the co-chairmen of the World Wide Web Consortium DNT working group announced that talks will continue. Network Advertising Initiative President Marc Groman, CIPP/US, said the NAI “remains concerned about the lack of progress and transparency in the working group as well as recent stories of arbitrary decisions,” but added, “we will continue to engage to ensure that there is a voice for third parties and digital advertising, small- and medium-sized businesses, the long tail of the Internet and frankly the consumer.”
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