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A New Yorker cartoon shows a canine typing on a computer and telling his four-legged companion, "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog." But in fact, Internet snoops can often determine not only whether you're a dog, but also what your favorite dog food is. In addition to information leaks from online registration forms or cookies, you're also susceptible to surveillance--by entities ranging from governments to your company's IT department to hackers on a shared cable modem network--who can learn a great deal from the Web sites you visit.

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