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More about persistent cookies and privacy

Chris Dorobek of Federal Computer Week has done a bit of investigation into the status of government web sites’ compliance with privacy policies and reports his findings and links to other stories here:

Hand in the cookie jar by Chris Dorobek, December 30, 2005, The FCW Insider.

He quotes a story (White House to investigate contractor’s Web tracking By Anick Jesdanun, Associated Press, December 30, 2005) in the Boston Globe about use of “web bugs” on the White House web site.

See also: NSA used persistent web-cookies.

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