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I am delighted to announce that my paper with Jules Polonetsky, “To Track or ‘Do Not Track’: Advancing Transparency and Individual Control in Online Behavioral Advertising”, has been accepted for publication in the Fall 2011 issue of the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science, and Technology (MJLST). The paper, which was presented at the last Privacy Law Scholars Conference (PLSC) in Berkeley, reviews and criticizes the current debate on online behavioral tracking, including the Federal Trade Commission’s Do Not Track (DNT) proposal.