Commentary: Web Privacy: That's One Small Step

One day soon, when Web surfers register at a travel company's Web site, a message might pop up as they type their names and other personal data. "We'd like to share information about you with OnlineAd Networks," the notice would say, explaining that OnlineAd will use it to show them banner ads that match their interests. "If you don't want us to share your name or e-mail address with OnlineAd, click here."

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