Privacy / Security

Three Big Privacy Changes to Plan for in 2014

While Congress has dabbled in privacy issues over the last few years, observers don’t anticipate comprehensive privacy legislation to pass in 2014. Instead, all eyes are on California, where a state requirement that went into effect January 1 has concerned some site publishers. Websites must indicate in their privacy policies how they respond to Do Not Track signals.

“There’s always smoke in a handful of state leglistures, but there’s only fire in California,” said Mike Zaneis, senior VP and general counsel for the Interactive Advertising Bureau.

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