FTC looks at online privacy

11/1/2007 | NYTimes.com

The Federal Trade Commission is hosting two days of meetings that will bring together industry leaders, privacy advocates and academics to discuss online privacy. As behavioral targeting techniques become more sophisticated, some privacy advocates are concerned that marketers can access too much personal information about Web users. Many large Web companies are mindful of these concerns and are mulling different strategies to allow users to opt out of targeting.

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