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Check where Windows files all these tracking cookies and then set up Ad-aware to scan only those subdirectories rather than the entire disk.
I recommend switching to the nonprofit Firefox, which has privacy-focused default settings that automatically block tracking cookies from ad and data companies, including Google itself.
The FTC filed suit against Google in 2011, saying the company misrepresented its use of tracking cookies to users of Apple's Safari internet browser.
"Unlike a number of other schemes, when we remarket to users referred to Financial Spreads by affiliates, our tracking cookies don't write over the affiliate cookies.
Flash plug-in to recreate tracking cookies." In 2012, Amazon settled a similar case, though the details were not disclosed.
Department of Justice, the FTC said that Google falsely told Safari users that it wouldn't place tracking cookies on their devices or serve them targeted ads.
Keynote's analysis found that 86 percent of the sites place one or more third-party tracking cookies on their visitors.
According to Wollongong-based Nik Cubrilovic, when the user is logged out of Facebook, rather than deleting its tracking cookies, the site merely modifies them, maintaining account information and other unique tokens that can be used to identify its users.
Tracking cookies already got a bad rap once (unfairly), and the uproar accompanying a round of scary-accurate CRM guesses will bring out the pitchfork-and-torch crowd right quick.
- In July, BellSouth launched BellSouth Internet Security Service, featuring a host of security applications designed to help keep residential and small business customers safe while online and their PCs free of spyware, viruses and tracking cookies.
Some tracking cookies collect personal information including surfing habits, usernames and passwords, areas of interest, etc.
FacebookA is already facing fines in Europe afterA a Belgian court last month ordered the social network to pay $268,000 for each day it failed to complyA with an order to alter the way tracking cookies work on its site.

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