Internet Browsers & Your Privacy

Internet Browsers & Your Privacy

There are 1 comment on the news.cnet.com story from Feb 24, 2012, titled Internet Browsers & Your Privacy. In it, news.cnet.com reports that:

Firms embrace Do Not Track for targeted ads only

Privacy advocates say consumers are expecting more from a Do Not Track policy than marketers are willing to give.

What Do Not Track means to you and what it means to companies that are collecting your data crumbs across the Internet are likely two very different things.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at news.cnet.com.

Advil Bitweeen iBalll

Nha Trang, Vietnam

#1 Feb 24, 2012
what Dr. Bill_mr! Bro-W-sers!!! hope U dun"t buy linkedin UPO in da NYStoxchange ok and if U do ask for Hilllllarry bee yo broker!! ;-000

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