Spy on yourself online

Friday, 20 January 2006, 2:00 AM EST

For a nice dose of paranoia, open up your Web browser preferences and take a look at your cookies.

Every click at Amazon.com, every search at Google, and all the stops in between are reported back to the websites you visit. All you get in return is the odd suggestion for a bird feeder you might want to purchase or some text ads you might want to click on.

At CNN.

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