I doubt a “do not track” list will work.
Defining digital privacy as a fundamental right (with strict penalties for non-compliance) is likely to be more effective.
internet companies = ISP or any company with any internet presence?
if ISP then I’m curious if motivation is more because ISPs don’t line pockets with profits from the troves of data they do collect (and sell, for sure) on all their clearnet users…
I do not see this legislation passing, we need a privacy fiasco akin to facadebook in scope (like google;) to hit the global airwaves for a year before any such thing could start to influence the representatives we put in congress