Some of the biggest players in the cookie-sharing space are internet giants Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon.
All of these companies have millions of cookies on millions of people’s devices.
And some of them have a history of tracking the personal information of their users.
The New York Times has a report on the cookies used by Google and Amazon that details how they track you, what they collect, and how the companies use it.
But as the report notes, most of that tracking is happening without your consent.
The cookies used to track your browsing history are stored by Google, and the company does not say exactly how the cookies are collected or how they are used.
“It’s a very complex set of practices that are happening,” said John Rabe, an independent privacy expert.
“I think the public has a right to know what it’s doing with their data.”
A Google spokesperson declined to comment.
Facebook also declined to provide an answer to our questions, but told Ars in an email: “We don’t discuss specific privacy practices with third parties.
We strive to improve our privacy practices, but we also recognize that the privacy of our users is a critical concern and have an open dialogue with privacy advocates and regulators around the world.
In this case, Facebook has decided to share data about the data it collects with a third party for the purposes of enabling better understanding of the types of interactions that occur between people and their sites and apps, and to understand the privacy impacts of that data collection.”
Google uses them to help you access your news feeds, search results, and other content.
Facebook uses them for ads.
Google also uses them as part of a data-mining program called DoubleClick to track users’ activity in the app store.
Facebook says it is not sharing data with advertisers or any third parties, but its cookie-collection practices are similar to those of Google.
Facebook is not alone in this practice.
Apple uses similar cookie tracking.
The Times report also points out that Apple uses the same tracking practices for ads that Google does.
Apple and Google also share a massive data-collection network called App Store tracking.
Apple says it doesn’t share data with any third party, and it also says it has a very strict set of privacy practices.
Google and Apple are the two biggest Internet giants, with a combined market cap of over $4.4 trillion.
They’re the two companies that have spent the most money on cookie-related research and marketing in recent years.
Google has spent over $1.8 billion on advertising since 2011, and Apple has spent more than $8.7 billion on marketing since 2010.
And the companies have been tracking each other closely.
According to a recent study by Privacy International, Google and Facebook have spent over 10 billion dollars on cookie tracking, and Facebook has spent $1 billion on tracking.
But Facebook and Google do not share a cookie tracking network.
This privacy privacy debate has been raging for some time, and some of the data in the report comes from an independent study that Google and the tech giants commissioned.
The study found that Google’s data collection practices were more similar to Apple’s than Google’s to Apple.
Apple’s cookie tracking practices were “much more similar” to Google’s, the study found.
Privacy International also found that Apple’s tracking practices “did not appear to be particularly different from those of other major Internet companies.”
Privacy International’s report also revealed that Apple used the same cookies for the “advertising” and “social” sections of its iOS apps, as well as in the Safari browser.
Apple told the New York Post that it does not share cookies with third-party companies.
But in a statement to Ars, Apple said: “Apple respects the privacy and security of all our users.
We don’t share information about the personal data that we collect with third party companies or third parties that we don’t know.
We are committed to improving our privacy policies to protect users’ privacy and our users’ safety.”