The complaint to the FTC is attached.
Press release is attached
On July 27, 2010, the Senate Commerce Committee will hold a hearing on Consumer Online Privacy. Apple, Google, AT&T and Facebook officials will testify. Here are some questions we hope the Committee will ask.
From the Consumer Federation of America
Myth #1. Free content on the Internet will disappear if advertisers can only engage in online behavioral tracking and targeting with affirmative consumer consent (opt-in).
First in a series.
With uncharacteristic brevity for a Washington official, FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps offered a one-word summation of the recent switchover from analog to digital television: “Whew!”
Testimony to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection, and the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet
For the hearing on
Behavioral Advertising: Industry Practices And Consumers’ Expectations
June 18, 2009
Center for Digital Democracy
House Joint Subcommittee Hearing Examines Threats Posed by Tracking, Profiling and Targeting of Consumers
For Immediate Release: June 18, 2009
Contact: Jeff Chester (202-494-7100) Center for Digital Democracy (www.democraticmedia.org)
GN Docket No. 09-51
Ten Questions To Ask Your Cell Phone Provider—and the Online Marketers They Work With—to Protect Your Mobile Privacy
The Mobile Platform Presents New Challenges to Consumer Privacy
Complaint and Request for Inquiry and Injunctive Relief Concerning Unfair and Deceptive Mobile Marketing Practices
This complaint is also available in PDF format at the bottom of this page
13 January 2009
Complaint and Request