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    Groups offer online privacy guidelines, hoping to head off regulation

    Four groups released today voluntary guidelines for protecting consumer privacy when marketing to web users based on their web behavior. Consumer advocates say the rules are inadequate, and continue to demand new laws on collection and use of web data.

    Posted 07/02/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Four groups released today voluntary guidelines for protecting consumer privacy when marketing to web users based on their web behavior. Consumer advocates say the rules are inadequate, and continue to demand new laws on collection and use of web data.
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    IAB adopts consumer privacy guidelines for behavioral advertising

    The Interactive Advertising Bureau has adopted consumer privacy guidelines to govern the collection and use of consumer data in behavioral advertising, and plans to submit them to the Federal Trade Commission by the end of the month.

    Posted 02/25/2008Don DavisPost a comment

    The Interactive Advertising Bureau has adopted consumer privacy guidelines to govern the collection and use of consumer data in behavioral advertising, and plans to submit them to the Federal Trade Commission by the end of the month.
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    Card processor settles with the FTC over data security breach

    A card processor whose poor security measures left exposed the confidential information of 40 million cardholders, will set up a comprehensive data security program, under a proposed settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.

    Posted 02/24/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    A card processor whose poor security measures left exposed the confidential information of 40 million cardholders, will set up a comprehensive data security program, under a proposed settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.
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    The Better Business Bureau Launches BBBOnLine Safe Shopping Site During National Consumer Protection Week

    For information, contact: Holly Cherico VP, Communications Council of Better Business Bureaus Phone: 703.247.9311 Email: hcherico@cbbb.bbb.org Brendon Shank Phone: 202 973 3627 E-mail: bshank@porternovelli.com Site is the Newest Tool from BBBOnLine to Assist Consumers and Businesses in Boosting Online Privacy Protection ARLINGTON, VA - February 4, 2002 - Today`s launch of the BBBOnLine Safe Shopping Site comes during National Consumer Protection...

    Posted 02/04/2002

    For information, contact: Holly Cherico VP, Communications Council of Better Business Bureaus Phone: 703.247.9311 Email: hcherico@cbbb.bbb.org Brendon Shank Phone: 202 973 3627 E-mail: bshank@porternovelli.com Site is the Newest Tool from BBBOnLine to Assist Consumers and Businesses in Boosting…
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    Report Blasts Web Retailers on Privacy

    Few of the Web's top 100 shopping sites adequately guard consumer privacy, charges a new report by the Electronic Privacy Information Center, a research group in Washington, D.C. The report studied retailers' compliance with fair information practices, a set of principles that provide basic privacy protections. It also looked at whether shopping sites use profile-based advertising and "cookies" to track browsing and shopping patterns. Both of...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Few of the Web's top 100 shopping sites adequately guard consumer privacy, charges a new report by the Electronic Privacy Information Center, a research group in Washington, D.C. The report studied retailers' compliance with fair information practices, a set of principles that provide basic privacy…

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