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Online Profiling: A Report to Congress

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Federal Trade Commission, Online Profiling: A Report to Congress (June 13, 2000) (full-text).

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The report described the nature of online profiling, the benefits and concerns it presented for consumers, consumer privacy concerns about these practices, and the Commission's efforts to address these concerns. It also discusses the ongoing effort of the industry to develop self-regulatory principles.

The Commission later supplemented this report with specific recommendations to Congress[1] after it had an opportunity to fully consider the self-regulatory proposals submitted by interested parties and how they interrelate with the Commission’s previous views and recommendations in the online privacy area.

References Edit

  1. Federal Trade Comm'n, Online Profiling: A Report to Congress, Part 2 Recommendations (July 2000) (full-text).

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