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For more information: the World Privacy Forum published a report about various kinds of online tracking cookies as part of its testimony about behavioral advertising to the Federal Trade Commission. That report discusses opt out cookies (see below), and it also discusses rarer kinds of cookies such as Flash Cookies, Silverlight Cookies, and others. The report is located here: http://www.worldprivacyforum.org/pdf/WPF_NAI_report_Nov2_2007fs.pdf.
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