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Browser cookies make people more cautious online, study finds

By Elizabeth Stoycheff, Associate Professor of Communication, Wayne State University
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Website cookies are online surveillance tools, and the commercial and government entities that use them would prefer people not read those notifications too closely. People who do read the notifications carefully will find that they have the option to say no to some or all cookies.

The problem is, without careful attention those notifications become an annoyance and a subtle reminder that your online activity can be tracked.

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