"Do Not Track" Google And Facebook Ignore your Privacy!

"Do Not Track" Google And Facebook Ignore your Privacy! Claim They Confuse Consumers!

During a Wednesday session ( 2/27/13 ) at the annual RSA security conference in San Francisco, spokespeople from Google and Facebook explained that they are not responding to “do not track” requests because it isn’t clear that consumers know what “do not track” means.

Erin Egan, the chief privacy officer of Facebook, said she also wasn’t sure that a “do not track” setting on a browser actually reflected a user’s desire not to be tracked, especially in cases where a company like Facebook was tracking users in order to customize their web experience!

Read the full story at Forbes : http://www.forbes.com/sites/eliseackerman/2013/02/27/big-internet-companies-struggle-over-proper-response-to-consumers-do-not-track-requests/

Do Google and Facebook think consumers are stupid?

If I turn my settings to "Do Not Track", I not want be tracked by them that’s all and Google and Facebook have to respect my decision!

But as ever they work with your privacy to get more money and respecting once more not the law!

Don’t accept this! “Do Not Track means Do Not Track” and don’t means put my privacy inside the trash!

"Do Not Track means Respect my Privacy"

We demand sanctions against Google and Facebook, we demand our privacy have to be respected by Google and Facebook!

Sign this petition to let Google and Facebook know, your privacy have to be not sold to Google and Facebook advertisers!

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Dear Members of the Commission,





We the Consumers understand “Do Not Track” means “Do Not Track”



Google And Facebook Ignore our Privacy! Claim They Confuse Consumers!



During a Wednesday session 2/27/2013 at the annual RSA security conference in San Francisco, spokespeople from Google and Facebook explained that they are not responding to “do not track” requests because it isn’t clear that consumers know what “do not track” means.



Erin Egan, the chief privacy officer of Facebook, said she also wasn’t sure that a “do not track” setting on a browser actually reflected a user’s desire not to be tracked, especially in cases where a company like Facebook was tracking users in order to customize their web experience!



Read the article at Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/sites/eliseackerman/2013/02/27/big-internet-companies-struggle-over-proper-response-to-consumers-do-not-track-requests/



Google:



Google Inc. has agreed to pay a $22.5 million civil penalty on 08/09/2012 to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it misrepresented to users of Apple Inc.’s Safari Internet browser that it would not place tracking “cookies” or serve targeted ads to those users, violating an earlier privacy settlement between the company and the FTC.



The national data protection authorities of European Union countries, approved a plan to come up with measures to curb Google's collection, combination and storage of its users' personal information before the summer.



A Google spokesman said, via email: “Our privacy policy respects European law and allows us to create simpler, more effective services.”



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This is the prove that Google and Facebook lies and not respects his own Privacy Police! Not respect the Consumers rights!



We the Consumers understand “Do Not Track” means “Do Not Track”

We are not Stupid as Google and Facebook think!



“Do Not Track means Respect our Privacy”



We not agree with this practices from Google and Facebook!



We demand sanctions against Google and Facebook, we demand our privacy have to be respected by Google and Facebook!




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Sincerely,

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