By Kim Hart - 04/08/10 10:00 AM EDT
The groups want the FTC to require companies to allow customers to opt-in before tracking them. They also want the FTC to ensure consumers receive fair financial compensation for the use of their data.
They're also asking the FTC to put together a report for Congress within six months "that informs consumers and policymakers about the privacy risks and consumer protection issues involved with the real-time tracking, data profiling and auctioning of consumer profiles."
Read the full complaint here.