Privacy fans can't stomach Web cookie grabs
Source: Chicago Tribune - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Privacy Privacy advocates are jumping up and down in protest about the Internet this summer, and they're landing hard on browser cookies--small records placed on an Internet user's computer during a visit to a Web site. That Web site can read the . . . Privacy advocates are jumping up and down in protest about the Internet this summer, and they're landing hard on browser cookies--small records placed on an Internet user's computer during a visit to a Web site. That Web site can read the cookie later--perhaps a minute later, perhaps a month later--to identify the user and recall personal preferences.

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