No clue how I missed this one, but better late than never. Well, it would be even better if these web sites didn’t make reporting necessary, but….
Austin Considine reports:
Sharing and communicating are essential components of being human. But as celebrities like Britney Spears and Charlie Sheen have shown us lately, there is such a thing as over-sharing.
Still a new generation of Web sites like Dscover.me, Sitesimon.com and Voyurl.com is banking on our willingness to take that next step toward taking our lives public: namely, by automatically tracking personal browsing histories for public viewing.
Read more in the New York Times.