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Privacy advocates call the mass monitoring “creepy” and “terrifying, of the Digital Advertising Alliance.
A coalition of consumer groups and privacy advocates welcomed the bipartisan effort but said in a letter to the senators that the legislation needs to be "significantly strengthened if it is to effectively protect consumer privacy rights in today's digital marketplace.
Retail giant, Walmart, has decided to begin implementing RFID in its stores much to the chagrin of privacy advocates nationwide.
The privacy watchdog of Britain ruled Thursday that such service should not be removed, rejecting complaints by privacy advocates to stop the Internet search giant from mapping Britain with its Street View program.
Privacy advocates, including Federal Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, sounded the alarm over the proposed legislation.
is now disclosing more details on how it collects and uses data obtained from users, but it is remaining silent on several key questions that concern privacy advocates.
This system, however, relies on the retailers to verify the consumer's identity, and privacy advocates criticize it as ineffective.
The machines reveal a detailed body image that some privacy advocates say is intrusive.