Privacy in an Internet World?

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Anonymity is a circumstance that many everyday web surfers believe they enjoy while hopping from one online store to the next.

However, privacy-invasive marketing tactics are not at all foreign to the World Wide Web. For example, around February of 2000, various privacy groups in the United States, including the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), complained to the Federal Trade Commission about DoubleClick's ...

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