In recent weeks, DoubleClick has received more than its share of attention from privacy advocates who claim that the company’s information-collection practices strip users of their anonymity.
While the company defends itself by claiming that the information collected will be seen only by DoubleClick, its claim has not assuaged the concerns about the erosion of privacy on the Internet.
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