It's much harder to surf the Web anonymously now that social-media sites store personal data about users, a study by AT&T Labs and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute has found. That data can be leaked through cookies and HTTP to third-party aggregates such as DoubleClick and Google. "The implications are sobering and call for a re-examination of how we interact with the Web," Paul Mah writes.

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