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+ - Online Privacy Worth Less Than Marshmallow Fluff Six Pack->

Submitted by nonprofiteer
nonprofiteer (1906180) writes "With a program called Screenwise, Google is offering a total of $25 in Amazon gift cards to anyone willing to install a Chrome browser extension that will let the search giant track every website the user visits and what they do there over a year-long period. Google says it will study this in order to improve its products and services. Forbes points out that $25 in Amazon credits isn't quite enough to buy a six pack of Marshmallow Fluff ($26.75)."
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