Do you remember the "Do Not Call" legislation that was sure to stop telemarketers from disturbing you at 6 p.m. during dinner? Bernard Lunn rehashes a New York Times
article that ran in March
to bring back a discussion on Do Not Track legislation, likening it to a Do Not Call list. Lunn, who emphasizes marketers are not united in their thinking, gives several reasons why this online
legislation is inevitable.
And its passage should redefine the online ad landscape as well. For one, "Do Not Track will be about as much fun for Behavioral Targeting as Do Not Call is
for telemarketing vendors," Lunn writes.
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