A breakdown of the six online privacy bills and what they call for.
Do Not Track
Another do-not-track bill is expected in the U.S. Senate soon, while in the House, a new draft bill tackles young people's data.
The introduction leaves Google's Chrome as the only major browser without a do-not-track mechanism.
The bipartisan Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights would give the FTC enforcement power over data privacy requirements.
The European online ad industry will launch a behavioral ad privacy opt out system akin to a U.S. program later this month, responding to E.U. laws.
Countless third party analytics and ad tracking systems enabled by AP-related sites will still track.
Customers will tell you a lot about themselves if they believe it is worth the value of your proposition.
Commissioner insists do-not-track is not approved by FTC, blames media and FTC public relations for confusion.
New steps further the cause of self-regulation for online behavioral advertising.
Technology may become new focal point for concerns over consumer data privacy.