Privacy caucus wants answers on consumer tracking online
- What information about consumers does your company collect, either through your own website or through business relationships with third parties?
- Do have business relationships with third parties, including analytics firms?
- How does your company collect such information (e.g., cookies, beacons, Flash cookies, other surveillance technologies)?
- Does your company serve different pages to visitors, based on information derived from tracking devices? If yes, please explain.
- Does your company target individuals based on their health or financial status?
- Are there any user search or usage habits that your company will not use for targeting purposes or tracking? If yes, what are they?
- If your company tracks or targets visitors, how does it notify visitors to your company’s site of this practice? If it does not provide notification, why not?
- If a user does not want to be tracked or targeted upon visiting your site, how would the user effectuate this preference?
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