ZDNet reports on two developments in the Do-Not-Track initiative. First, those participating in a World Wide Web Consortium conference call agreed to accept a draft of the standard in an effort to work toward “Last Call,” when the proposal is brought for a vote. The draft is being dubbed the June Draft. Also, Mozilla has teamed up with Stanford’s Center for Internet Society to announce it is launching its own set of privacy controls on the web. Called a “Cookie Clearinghouse,” it will allow users to create and maintain “allow lists” and “block lists,” the report states.
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