... when I have Google, Facebook, the NSA, GCHQ, etc. doing the heavy lifting for me already? What's more, they can link their algorithms together to develop even greater insight than some quad or octo core chip in my hand ever could.
angularbanjo writes: ProPublica and Mashable lead with a disturbing if expected development in ad and profile tracking. Now that the public is learning about how cookies are used to develop data about users as they move across sites within a participating network, those keen to avoid you from stopping them doing this have started to look at innovations to get around cookie blocking. Meet 'canvas fingerprinting', being developed and trialled across 5% of the top website by privacy friends such as AddThis.