The Case for a General and Interaction-based Third-party Cookie Policy

CoRR, Volume abs/1506.04107, 2015.

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Abstract:

The privacy implications of third-party tracking is a well-studied problem. Recent research has shown that besides data aggregators and behavioral advertisers, online social networks also act as trackers via social widgets. Existing cookie policies are not enough to solve these problems, pushing users to employ blacklist-based browser e...More

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