Group asks FCC to make web services honor 'Do Not Track' requests

June 15, 2015

A consumer group on Monday asked the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to force web service providers like Google to honor users’ requests that their information not be collected and sold. The group, Consumer Watchdog, said in its petition that “edge providers,” or companies that provide services over the Internet, should follow “Do Not Track” requests from users.


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