Radio Times

    Is Internet tracking necessary, or is it just a way for entities to keep tabs on you? On the heels of the FTC’s “Do Not Track” proposal, Radio Times host Marty Moss-Coane will talk to computer privacy expert Lorrie Cranor and Senior Vice President and General Counsel at the Interactive Advertising Bureau Mike Zaneis at 10am.

    Then at 11, Marty’s guess will talk about the middle class. Just how much do you have to earn to be considered wealthy? Guests will be all Street Journal writer Robert Frank and psychologist Ted Klontz.

    You can listen live on 91FM.

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