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Submission + - Even The Ad Industry Doesn't Know Who's Tracking You (itworld.com)

jfruh writes: The Internet advertising industry is keen to stave off government privacy rules and opt-in-only browsers by loudly proclaiming its adherence to a self-imposed code of conduct. Yet a little digging shows that even "self-regulated" advertisers link to services that link to other services that nobody's really sure what they do. That's why, for instance, when you visit a page on the Sears website, your web browsing behavior is being collected by a company that sells ringtones and won't return emails asking about their privacy policy.
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Even The Ad Industry Doesn't Know Who's Tracking You

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