How the NSA reportedly uses Google cookies could be next privacy flash point

By The Christian Science Monitor
Thursday, December 12, 2013 7:49 EDT
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Web cookies that allow advertisers to keep tabs on individual Internet users’ browsing habits are being co-opted by the National Security Agency to focus its cyberespionage – potentially reinvigorating the debate over consumer rights to online privacy, leaked documents show.;

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