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Regular readers know I’m highly skeptical about U.S. consumers’ real concerns over their own privacy. As consumers, they’ve shown a willingness over the years to surrender personal information in trade for… Read more »

Mozilla renewed the browser search advertising deal with Google that’s responsible for the bulk of its revenues. Firefox might well have survived anyway, although it looks like Microsoft wasn’t going to… Read more »

My Weekly Update is about consumer and media tech platforms, but I didn’t get a chance to do one of my usual routines about them. “He who owns the API, owns… Read more »

A couple of ad networks told the Future of Privacy Forum that fewer than 1 percent of Firefox 4 users had turned on its Do Not Track privacy preference. Anybody using… Read more »

Today, there’s talk of privacy and browser “Do Not Track” mechanisms. Mozilla said it would propose one for possible inclusion in Firefox. Google actually released a Chrome extension supporting opt-outs, and… Read more »