EFF updates on Amendment 1 Gizmodo case & "Panoptoclick" Papers

Posted: May 20, 2010 in browser signatures, data surveillance, EFF, Gizmodo, web browser

BFF 2 Privacy *EFF* cracks the case again … c/o The EFFector Deeplinks blog

EFF UNVEILED RESULTS FROM THE “PANOPTICLICK” BROWSERPRIVACY PROJECT, which demonstrated that more than 8 in 10 people use browsers with unique, trackable signatures. Having a distinct browser signature means your individual movements on the web may be easier to track, and several companies are already selling products that claim to use browser fingerprinting to help websites

identify users and their online activities. :::MORE HERE:::

SEE ALSO: Gizmodo iPhone Warrant Affidavit Released, Impropriety of Search Confirmed

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