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'DO NOT TRACK' BILLS INTRODUCED IN CALIFORNIA, U.S. HOUSE

28 No. 23 WJCOMPI 1Westlaw Journal Computer and Internet (Approx. 2 pages)

'DO NOT TRACK' BILLS INTRODUCED IN CALIFORNIA, U.S. HOUSE

28 No. 23 WJCOMPI 1Westlaw Journal Computer and Internet (Approx. 2 pages)

28 No. 23 Westlaw Journal Computer and Internet 1
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'DO NOT TRACK' BILLS INTRODUCED IN CALIFORNIA, U.S. HOUSE

Internet users would be able to opt out of having their surfing habits tracked by online advertisers, marketing firms and large businesses under bills now pending before California's state Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives.
California state...
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