U.S. regulators reject push for ‘Do Not Track’ Internet rules

U.S. regulators rejected an effort on Friday to force Google, Facebook and other popular web sites to honour “Do Not Track” requests from users, in a setback for digital privacy advocates.The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) dismissed a petition that would have required Internet giants to let consumers opt out of having their online activity tracked.

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