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Submission + - Berkeley Law releases its First Web Privacy Census (cnet.com)

DeeEff writes: "The first report in the University of California, Berkeley Law School's quarterly Web Privacy Census was released on Tuesday, and it shows that popular Web sites are far more aggressive in their consumer tracking practices than most people suspect, and that consumers are trapped in an escalating privacy crisis with limited control over their personal information.

Most interestingly noted in the article is that twice the amount of sites are using HTML5 storage as opposed to last year, while Flash Cookies are dying down, as we should expect. It also appears that 3rd party tracking seems to dominate most sites, such as from Google, Facebook, and other large players.

Reference: Nathan Good & Chris Jay Hoofnagle, The Web Privacy Census, June 2012, available at http://law.berkeley.edu/privacycensus.htm"

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