Opportunity to influence the policy debate around online privacy.
Dear Readers: The deadline is fast approaching to send us your comments on the Federal Trade Commission's proposed Do-Not-Track mechanism for online advertising. This is a rare chance to influence the policy debate around online privacy. Don't miss it!
ClickZ will submit feedback to the FTC by the January 31 deadline - consisting of the views of our contributors and you, our readers. To guarantee inclusion, we must receive your comments at FTCfeedback@clickz.com no later than Saturday, January 15.
If you are interested, please first check out the FTC's related report, "Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change." (PDF download). Pay special attention to pages 63 to 69, dealing with do-not-track. Then write responses to one or more of these 11 questions laid out by the FTC:
Please limit your written comments to 1,000 words or less. When ready, submit them to us via e-mail at FTCfeedback@clickz.com. Our editors are on hand to answer questions you may have about the process. Thank you!
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