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+ - EU websites track users without warning, against own rules->

Submitted by Sam Lowry
Sam Lowry (254040) writes "European institutions are tracking users of their web sites, in breach of the EU's own data protection rules. The fact has been confirmed by Europe’s data protection watchdog, in an interview with EurActiv, while Brussels is reviewing privacy legislation to tackle the abuse."
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EU websites track users without warning, against own rules

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Nobody's gonna believe that computers are intelligent until they start coming in late and lying about it.

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