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Submission + - Prosecutor makes mockery of online privacy

netbuzz writes: "A special prosecutor in Arizona has issued a subpoena for all known data about every visitor to a newspaper's Web site going back three years. IP addresses, sites they came from, choice of browser, even the cookies. All because the paper published the home address of a sheriff, an address that's readily available on other government Web sites.

http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/20813"
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Prosecutor makes mockery of online privacy

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