>I was perusing the headlines of the Sacramento Business Journal when I read this story titled, Privacy study shows Google’s eyes are everywhere.
Basically, it says that many websites track what you do, not through cookies, but what I think is embedded software in their sites from a third party. It’s one of their tricky little ways around their privacy agreements.
Of course I know nothing is really private on the Internet, but it skeeves me out that some big corporation is watching me on every site I visit. It’s kind of like some hidden paparazzi.
Now I want to mess with the big brother who is watching me. What kind of ridiculous yet harmless websites can I visit to confuse the powers that be?