Feb 072012
 
 February 7, 2012  Online

Leslie Meredith gives a nice write-up on Cocoon:

Last week Microsoft and Google clashed over who had a better privacy policy. When you use a Web-browser add-on called Cocoon, it just doesn’t matter. The free tool creates a safety zone within Firefox and Internet Explorer to stop websites from tracking you, reduce spam and protect against viruses.
Cocoon’s co-founder Jeff Bermant admits he’s not a tech guy. “I wanted to give people relief from worrying about what can go wrong on the Internet,” he said. “Cocoon is for people who don’t know much about their computers.”

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