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The Great Privacy Debate - To Track or Not to Track?

Behavioral targeting is at the center of debate for consumer privacy. Does the industry require governmental regulation or can it be trusted to police itself? Is it possible for regulations to keep pace with innovation? Are online tracking technologies too sophisticated for the average consumer, o
Behavioral targeting is at the center of debate for consumer privacy. Does the industry require governmental regulation or can it be trusted to police itself? Is it possible for regulations to keep pace with innovation? Are online tracking technologies too sophisticated for the average consumer, or should people take more responsibility for their actions online? At what point do today’s digital marketing techniques cross the line from effective to creepy?
Recorded Mar 14 2011 47 mins
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Daniel Castro, ITIF.org; Mike Spinney, Ponemon Institute & Eric Goldman of High Tech Law Inst.
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  • Title: The Great Privacy Debate - To Track or Not to Track?
  • Live at: Mar 14 2011 5:00 pm
  • Presented by: Daniel Castro, ITIF.org; Mike Spinney, Ponemon Institute & Eric Goldman of High Tech Law Inst.
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