|reply to dave |
Re: Association of Parasites upset about 'do-not-track' default
That would be quite an impressive feat!
However, all the articles I've read stress the cookie. Here's an interesting one: the "policital cookie":
Campaigns to Track Voters with "Political Cookies"
Using so-called browser cookies, advertisers can track a given Web surfers' habits and serve them relevant ads.
This election year, a related type of targeted ads-one relying on "political cookies"-is coming into widespread use.
Most major campaigns this year will use cookie-based political advertising, says John Phillips, CEO of Aristotle International, which sells voter records combined with information like people's hobbies and income brackets.