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Documents released by Edward Snowden have revealed that the National Security Agency, and its Australian, British, Canadian, and New Zealand equivalents, routinely monitor the Internet for the identifiers that are contained in advertising and tracking cookies. Once collected, the identifiers are stored in government databases and used to develop patterns of life, or the chains of activities that individuals engage in when they use Internetcapable devices. This paper investigates the extent todoi:10.2139/ssrn.2640610 fatcat:scpnptgbkfd6dc4erp2qo4muom