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Many Web users have little idea about how, or when, they're being tracked. In this 2011 photo, Max Schrems of Austria sits with 1,222 pages about his activities on Facebook — the company gave him the file after he requested it under European law. Ronald Zak/AP hide caption

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To Read All Those Web Privacy Policies, Just Take A Month Off Work

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Reporters surround Sens. George McGovern (left) and Hubert Humphrey after a Democratic presidential debate in 1972. George Brich/AP hide caption

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'Boys On The Bus': 40 Years Later, Many Are Girls

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Bird-watcher Jeff Gilligan snapped this photograph of a small boat in distress. Gilligan and others say the cruise ship he was traveling on did not stop to help the stricken craft. Jeff Gilligan hide caption

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Cruise Ship Didn't Aid Drifting Boat, Passengers Say

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This November 2011 photo provided by The American Quarter Horse Journal shows Rita Crundwell of Dixon, Ill., at the 2011 American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show in Oklahoma City. FBI agents arrested Crundwell, the Dixon comptroller, on charges she misappropriated more than $30 million since 2006 to finance a lavish lifestyle. AP hide caption

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Alleged $30M Theft By Comptroller Stuns Ill. City

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A memorial to Van Ingraham at his brother Larry Ingraham's home in San Diego. Van Ingraham died after an injury at Fairview Developmental Center in 2007. Nadia Borowski Scott hide caption

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Few Answers In Abuse Probes At Homes For Disabled

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Oil field workers drill into the Gypsum Hills near Medicine Lodge, Kan., on Feb. 21. The Environmental Protection Agency announced new rules Wednesday to control the problem of air pollution coming from wells being drilled by the booming oil and natural gas drilling industry. Orlin Wagner/AP hide caption

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How A 'Western Problem' Led To New Drilling Rules

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Pakistani army soldiers work Wednesday at the site of a massive avalanche that buried 140 people, including 129 soldiers, April 7 at the Siachen glacier. Pakistan's army chief called for the peaceful resolution of the Himalayan glacier dispute with rival nuclear power India. B.K. Bangash/AP hide caption

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In Kashmir Conflict Zone, The Glacier Is The Enemy

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"There's a very primal, emotional response I feel when I hear flamenco," sitar player Anoushka Shankar says. "It's quite in the belly in a way." Harper Smith hide caption

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Anoushka Shankar: A Sitar Player In Andalusia

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