Amazon.com Widgets
  • Yes, if they tell you

    It is OK for online firms to track your browsing as long as they let you know in the terms and conditions that they do. They should do this because it allows them to make more money off of ads because they can show ads that are more appealing to each individual.

  • No, it's an invasion of privacy.

    Tracking a person's browsing is a huge infringement on their privacy, and so should be completely disallowed. Online firms are just looking for more ways to get their greedy hands in the pockets of the middle class, and want to do so by following them around, virtually, but this is a dangerous and infringing practice.

  • No, it's an invasion of privacy.

    Tracking a person's browsing is a huge infringement on their privacy, and so should be completely disallowed. Online firms are just looking for more ways to get their greedy hands in the pockets of the middle class, and want to do so by following them around, virtually, but this is a dangerous and infringing practice.

  • No, they shouldn't.

    No, I do not think that online firms should track people's browsing. This is a very big invasion of privacy that is unnecessary when it comes to most people. If someone is thought to be participating in suspicious activity, then this is a different story - but the general public should not be subject to this.


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