A User's Perspective on Privacy and the Web

Leiserson, Anna Belle
July 2002
Law Library Journal;Summer2002, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p539
Academic Journal
Troubled by the mystery of "cookies" and how they affect privacy on the Web, Ms. Leiserson digs deep to explore not only cookies but also other technologies that can be used to breach a Web user's privacy. She suggests practices a user can follow to minimize their impact.


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