Over at Technology Review, Cory Doctorow argues that browser-makers can reclaim user privacy
by snuffing out cookie-based tracking. When advertisers say the idea can't work, he says, consider that the same tactic successfully stamped out pop-ups. "When Mozilla's Firefox turned on pop-up blocking by default, it began to be wildly successful. The other browser vendors had no choice but to follow suit. Today, pop-ups are all but gone.
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