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Do Not Track – recent developments in the world of online behavioural advertising

Canada - March 1 2012 Last week was a big week for “Do Not Track” (DNT) developments:.

Privacy Commissioner releases new online behavioural advertising guidelines

Canada - December 21 2011 The Privacy Commissioner of Canada recently released new guidelines to assist organizations involved in online behavioural advertising (OBA) ensure that their practices are transparent and comply with the federal private sector privacy legislation.

Do not track and online behavioural advertising – Part II: best practices

Canada - October 20 2011 With the push from users and legislators towards DNT and with most browsers providing users with the choice of a DNT setting, it is important for businesses to be ahead of the curve

Do not track and online behavioural advertising – part I: coming to a Parliament near you?

Canada - October 14 2011 Privacy versus personalized content – it is the tension that underlies online behavioural advertising (OBA), and increasingly that tension is threatening to snap.