Popular health websites are sharing sensitive datarelating to medical symptoms, diagnoses and drug nameswith companies including Google, Amazon, Facebook and Oracle, and ad brokers including Scorecard and Open X, according to a report in the Financial Times.
Using open-source tools, the newspaper analysed 100 health sitesincluding WebMD, Healthline, BabyCentre and Bupaand found that 79% of them dropped cookies that allow other parties to track people around the...
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