blend27 - 2:18 pm on Oct 8, 2012 (gmt 0)
Most Americans have not heard of "Do Not Track," a proposal to allow Internet users to exercise more control over online advertising. However, when probed, most prefer that Do Not Track block advertisers from collecting data about their online activities. This is a much more privacy-protective approach for Do Not Track than what has been proposed by the advertising industry.
Recent survey from Berkeley posted on [papers.ssrn.com...]