The ad industry is not happy with Apple’s latest move to limit how we get tracked around the web.
Researchers at Princeton have captured the clearest picture of third-party web tracking that we’ve ever seen
Facebook can now go back to tracking any Belgians, even if they don’t use Facebook
Viacom is still on the hook, with its Nick.com promise that “HEY GROWN-UPS: We don’t collect ANY personal information about your kids!”
Ever since it launched it’s Like button in early 2009 Facebook has been installing windows on the web.
It’s got three months to stop tracking French non-users without their consent and was told to quit transferring some data under Safe Harbor.
Per court order, no more tracking cookies glued to the browsers of people who don’t even have Facebook accounts.