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Consumer Reports Says Do Not Track, But Tracks Anyway

November 21, 2012
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Earlier this week, Consumer Reports sent its members an email warning them that they might be "unwittingly" being tracked by advertising companies online, and that they should notify their lawmakers if they don't like it. What Consumer Reports failed to disclose is that its own website, ConsumerReports.org, is laden with the full array of advertising-tracking technologies — the very ones it's telling consumers to take action against.

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