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 August 23, 2011  Breaches, Online, Surveillance

Stuart Sumner reports:

Microsoft has removed code from its MSN web site that tracked its users’ browsing habits, even if those users intentionally deleted their cookies in order to preserve their privacy.

Mike Hintze, associate general counsel, regulatory affairs, Microsoft, announced in a blog that the firm investigated the code once it was brought to its attention by a researcher.

Read more on Computing.co.uk.

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