From Webtrends: Thoughts on Web 2.0 Cookie Transparency and Control

From Webtrends: Thoughts on Web 2.0 Cookie Transparency and Control

One analytics company, Webtrends,  speaks up about how the federal government can use cookies.  In a blog post and in a comment at the White House Open Government, site they make some sensible points about transparency and the use of first party domains.  The ideas echo some of the proposals we and CDT have previously made and underscore the opportunity to update the current OMB cookie policy in a progressive manner.


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