Last year, I wrote a detailed series about targeted advertising (a/k/a behavioral advertising or behavioral targeting) programs and secret tests by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who didn't inform their customers.
In a blog post earlier this month, the Online Communication blog discussed the class-action lawsuit against NebuAd and several ISPs, and called the plaintiffs and their attorneys "Privacy Crusaders." What a great name! And its a pretty accurate description, too.
I look forward to future actions by the Privacy Crusaders. If you want to learn more about the class-action lawsuit against NebuAd and several ISPs, read the complaint online.