IBM, Hewlett-Packard, AT&T and Disney have united to try to quell user fears over online privacy. The four companies are in talks with the Better Business Bureau, a US consumer watchdog agency, to establish a self regulatory framework. The new partners are concerned that they, as Internet-savvy businesses, are missing out on potential revenue as consumers shy away from online purchases due to privacy worries.
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