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For those that shop online, is this a bit of a shock?

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Nope

Everyone is tracking everyone.
Looks like it ties in with G-mail.
So if you don't use G-mail perhaps a non-issue?

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I've been asking around.

Facebook gets data from more than facebook.

- Inquiring minds would like to know.

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From what I understand

Though web sites cannot access and read one's cookies, sites that set the same cookies may have access to some activity. Cookie clutter grows quickly and it's not possible, by their names, to discern where they came from.

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