A staggering 239 million Americans have access to the Internet and spend, on average, sixty hours each month online, visiting some 2646 websites. What few Internet users realize is that, during the time they surf the Web, they are subjected to constant surveillance by potentially hundreds of different private companies.
Elspeth A. Brotherton,
Big Brother Gets A Makeover: Behavioral Targeting and the Third-Party Doctrine,
Emory L. J.
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