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Prepared Statement of the Federal Trade Commission on the State of Online Consumer Privacy

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Federal Trade Commission, Prepared Statement of the Federal Trade Commission on the State of Online Consumer Privacy, Before the Committee On Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate (March 16, 2011) (full-text).

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This testimony begins by describing the Commission's recent efforts to protect consumer privacy through law enforcement, education, and policy initiatives. It then sets forth some highlights from the Staff Report on consumer privacy, and concludes with a discussion of issues related to a universal choice mechanism for behavioral tracking, commonly referred to as "Do-Not-Track".

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