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Submission + - 'Do Not Track' Won't Kill The 'Free' Internet (itworld.com)

jfruh writes: "Dan Tynan is a privacy blogger and longtime proponent of the use of browser plug-ins and other technologies that block advertisers from tracking you web browsing habits. He's also a professional tech writer who makes his living writing articles for free, ad-supported sites. But he doesn't feel those two facts are in conflict, and points out that users pay good money to ISPs for those "free" sites."
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'Do Not Track' Won't Kill The 'Free' Internet

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