Browser data tells companies more than ever before

08/2/2009 | NYTimes.com

Cookies are getting a whole lot smarter. The tiny bits of code that help Web sites keep track of their visitors can now be super-sized to include information such as users' age, income level, number of children -- even magazine preferences. Companies can use the detailed information to serve up ads and offers designed to appeal to specific kinds of buyers.

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