Internet security gone wild

Wednesday, 14 December 2005, 2:44 PM EST

"The real problem is the unspoken and unholy alliance between Microsoft and other vendors not to stomp too hard on cookies so as not to interfere with their customers," said Andrew Jaquith, senior analyst at the Yankee Group. "Some product makers can't risk being sued."

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