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Cookie Cutter

24 October 2011 By Reynolds Holding

Suits accuse Facebook and others of violating privacy with “cookies” tracking users online. But reluctant judges and dusty statutes mean the cases are toast. The better recipe is to require clearer consent before a poke into people’s lives. That’s a task for regulators to tackle.

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