The Web's new gold mine: your secrets
from The Wall Street Journal
One of the fastest-growing businesses on the Internet is the business of spying on Internet users. The Wall Street Journal has conducted a comprehensive study that assesses and analyzes the broad array of cookies and other surveillance technology that companies are deploying on Internet users. It reveals that the tracking of consumers has grown both far more pervasive and far more intrusive than is realized by all but a handful of people in the vanguard of the industry.
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