A proposal to loosen restrictions on the use of tracking cookies by federal government websites should be carefully scrutinized so they don't jeopardize the privacy of people who visit them, groups advocating civil liberties warned Monday. The American Civil Liberties Union said the proposal, floated July 24 by the White House …
I go through and clean up my cookies every so often, so tracking information is limited. I also have Firefox set to delete all cookies on exit.
I'm outraged at this...
...I mean your be telling me Google (aka doubleclick) track me all the time.
Phew, think I better log into my Hotmail account and write a nasty letter, then post it on my Live blog. Thank goodness I use twitter and facebook, otherwise the goverment will get away with anything.
During the meanwhile ...
... who allows cookies when eyeballing any government or big business web page?
Your privacy is in your own hands. Take advantage of reality, or fade as a free nation ...
What's the Issue?
The NSA pretty much scoop up the entire US population's web-browsing anyway....
With everything else that needs fixing here in the cradle of freedom, these idiots fixate on a non-problem. Way to go, everyone.
Christ on a bike. It makes you want to weep.
NSA and hoovering
Yup....they're good at all kinds of hoovering.
You know why.
- JLaw, Kate Upton exposed in celeb nude pics hack
- Google flushes out users of old browsers by serving up CLUNKY, AGED version of search
- China: You, Microsoft. Office-Windows 'compatibility'. You have 20 days to explain
- GCHQ protesters stick it to British spooks ... by drinking urine
- Twitter declines to deny JLaw tweet scrubdown after alleged iCloud NAKED PHOTOS hack