What Ad Companies Won’t Say About Privacy

The Article: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/13/what-advertising-companies-wont-say-about-privacy/

The Federal Trade Commission recently found some “provocative” trends concerning online companies:

Privacy policies are not a good enough way to tell people what information is being collected about them.

The privacy of users is not necessarily protected because a system doesn’t capture names or other “personally identifiable information.”

– The industry’s self-regulation has not been adequate.

Internet companies have not cooperated with the commission to provide enough information on what is happening now with data about users.

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