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Web firms agreed to support do-not-track technology

Web firms agreed to support do-not-track technology

A coalition of web firms, the Digital Advertising Alliance, which represents over 400 companies, has agreed to support a do-not-track technology to be used in most browsers. This decision is linked with the White House’s offer to Congress to pass a “privacy bill of rights”, which will provide people with more control over the personal data collected about them.

It is worth mentioning that some companies have been recently spotted tracking users browsing activity. Facebook Inc. agreed to settle charges by the U.S. government that some of the companys privacy practices had been deceptive to users. Apple was accused of circumventing the privacy settings of Safaris users.

The support of do-not-track technology will not stop all Web tracking. According to the companies agreement the data about users Web browsing habits will not be used to customize ads, for employment, credit, health-care or insurance purposes. But the data will still be used for such purposes as market research and product development. The information can also be obtained by law enforcement officers.

The Federal Trade Commission announced about the importance of do-not-track button two years ago. The first company to adopt it was Mozilla, then came Microsoft and Apple introduced it in the latest version of its operating system, Mountain Lion. Do-not-track will be added to Googles Chrome web browser by the end of 2012.

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