It appears California could be the state to first create a formal do-not-track law.
An article on latimes.com says a bill introduced on Wednesday by California State Senator Alan Lowenthal would create a system that would tell websites not to monitor the action of web surfers on any device that can access the internet.
A similar bill was introduced to Congress in February by California Representative Jackei Speier.
For more on this story, read the LA Times article.
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