Poll: Public Supports 'Do Not Track' Measure

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A “Do Not Track” measure, an idea recently floated by the Federal Trade Commission, has broad public support, a USA Today/Gallup poll found. Of those surveyed, 30 percent responded that advertisers should not be allowed to match ads to specific interests based on the Web sites they visited.

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