Washington State bill would require companies to honor do-not-track signals


A Washington state lawmaker this week introduced a privacy bill that would create a “do not track” regime for state residents.

The proposed law (SB 5813), unveiled by state Senator Reuven Carlyle, would allow people to use a single mechanism — such as a browser-based do-not-track command — to opt out of the processing of their personal data for targeted advertising.

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