Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) made a few waves in the privacy world this week by announcing that she would introduce a bill that directed the FTC to begin implementing “Do Not Track.” Additionally, PBS and FOX entered the web privacy news arena after having stayed on the edge for a bit, and Wendy Davis of MediaPost with an article that warned of Do Not Track headers, and Spokeo emerged victorious from its recent lawsuit raised by privacy advocates. Industry-side, comCast released numbers that said 37 percent of Australian Internet users deleted their cookies in a month. As usual, for more news, you can follow us on Facebook or Twitter. Rep. Speier to introduce 'do not track' bill next week – The Hill – Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) plans to introduce an online privacy bill next week directing the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to begin a "do not track" program for online advertisers, a Speier aide told The Hill. Special Series: Online Privacy – PBS – "All the world's a stage," and even more so with the rise of the Internet, online advertising and social networking. While there is no American "right to privacy" in the Constitution, there are limits to what we want companies, publishers and advertisers to do with our personal information. Do we want advertisers to serve ads based on our web surfing habits? Ad Nets Ignore Do-Not-Track At Their Own Peril – MediaPost – The prospect of an easy-to-use browser-based opt-out for behavioral advertising advanced this week with Mozilla's release of a preliminary version of a do-not-track header.