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DRM for Privacy: Part 1

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  1. PrometheeFeu says:

    Well, there is another option: consumers while they might prefer to be tracked less are relatively accepting of the current level of tracking as can be seen by their continuous adoption of online services which track them and there is no action necessary by the state.

    Full disclosure, I work for a company who does do some tracking.

  2. AreYouKiddingMe says:

    Is PrometheeFeu kidding? Consumers also “accept” the current level of spam. They “accept” the current level of fraud. Consumer “accept” a lot of things that they can’t control or, in the case of tracking, don’t know anything about. I invite PrometheeFeu to post details about tracking on his company’s website in a visible manner and see what happens.

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