Do Not Track? Advertisers Say 'Don't Tread on Us'

The advent of Do Not Track threatens the barter system wherein consumers allow sites and third-party ad networks to collect information about their online activities in exchange for open access to maps, e-mail, games, music, social networks and whatnot.

Do Not Track? Advertisers Say 'Don't Tread on Us'

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