Men Warier of Internet Cookies

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NEW YORK Men are much more likely than women to delete Internet-tracking cookies from their computers, according to a new survey.

Burst Media polled 10,000 Web users throughout its ad network of Web sites. It found that 48 percent of users said they deleted cookies from their computers. Nearly 13 percent more men reported clearing their cookies than women.

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