Internet cookies leave a bad taste

A Burst! Media study shows wide distrust of Internet cookies--and a willingness to erase them
Stephen Baker

Internet cookies, a vital tracking tool for the advertising industry, are widely distrusted. A new study by BURST! Media shows that nearly half of adult Web surfers erase cookies from their computers. And 38% of them do it monthly. This release Download file , which I couldn't find on the Web, has loads of good stats.

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