Privacy protection tips for Internet users
Internet search engines provide an immeasurable resource. They're able to offer their services for free, in part because they market "clickstream data," or information about what users are looking for and how they go about their Web surfing, to advertisers.
Web users who don't want their surfing to cost them their privacy should be proactive. Our panel - Stephanie Cole of Bloom Cole & Shonn LLP, Thomas Popek of Hodgson Russ LLP and D. Logan Scott of the University at Buffalo School of Informatics - recommended a few steps that can help you interrupt the stream of information about you and your Web habits that flows through unintended channels. The searchers: Privacy protection tips for Internet users - 2006-03-27
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