Sep 102010
 September 10, 2010  Online

Wendy Davis reports on the new research report out of Carnegie Mellon mentioned earlier today on this site.

Last year, researchers at UC Berkeley documented that some Web companies appeared to be circumventing users’ privacy settings by using Flash cookies to recreate deleted HTTP cookies. Now, a new report by Carnegie Mellon indicates that Web sites are thwarting users’ privacy choices by providing erroneous information to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.

Read more on Media Post. I’ll also have more on this research report and its implications next week.

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