DoubleClick to appoint privacy panel

DoubleClick, seeking to recover from criticism about its plans to use consumer data, is expected to appoint Wednesday an independent panel composed of seven high-profile members who will review the Internet advertising company's new products and services for potential privacy threats. Full story.

DoubleClick, seeking to recover from criticism about its plans to use consumer data, is expected to appoint Wednesday an independent panel composed of seven high-profile members who will review the Internet advertising company's new products and services for potential privacy threats. Full story. -- Nick Wingfield, Wall Street Journal

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