globe2Back in 2013, the California Online Privacy Protection Act or CalOPPA was amended and modified that requires websites and other online service providers that makes extra privacy policy and disclosures related to tracking online activities. With the online privacy policy that’s required under the laws of CalOPPA, any online service provider or web site must disclose how their operator responds to a browser’s DNT or Do Not Track requests. In addition, it should also indicate whether third parties were permitted to track any users for the service. When the said amendment to the CalOPPA took effect last January 1, 2014, many believe that confusion would surface any time soon as to how online businesses would comply with it. It is highly understood within the general terms that there’s no general terms regarding responses to DNT. For more information on this, go to the source.

Source: National Law Review