Q&A: Chester Writes the Book on Privacy

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WASHINGTON As advertisers unleash powerful new tools that allow them to target ads based on age, gender, political views or taste in movies, complaints about privacy increase.

In his new book, Digital Destiny: New Media and the Future of Democracy, consumer advocate Jeff Chester takes on marketers who disregard privacy concerns, and the federal regulators who allow them to do so.

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