May 8, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
In other parts of the world, such as the USA, the conflict between security and privacy is not currently so intense and as a consequence security monitoring technologies, like those mentioned above, are in much wider use.
It's mass confusion right now. I don't believe either the EU Cookie directive or the proposed Do Not Track standard are implementable, primarily because they lack the means to verify what's really taking place.
Also no one is paying any attention to the mobile web where the user experience can be severely impacted by these initiatives. Plus there's got to be patents out there that will also cause issues.
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