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Your Favourite Cookie Speaks Volumes About You

Here's what your favourite cookie says about you, reports huffingtonpost.com:

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Your Favourite Cookie Speaks Volumes About You
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From oatmeal raisin to oreo, there are numerous cookies for everyone and each type reflects your personality.

Here’s what your favourite cookie says about you, reports huffingtonpost.com:

* Oatmeal raisin: You are traditional and even a bit old-fashioned. You are not overly adventurous, and like to cozy up with a book in front of the fire for a good time.

* Biscotti: You are a little tough, or at least you seem that way to people who don’t know you well. If they took the time to get to know you, they’d see that you are a big softy when you want to be.

Macarons.
Macarons. Pixabay

* Macaron: You are chic and sophisticated and you kind of know it. You look good in everything, no matter the occasion.

* Oreo: You are playful and fun and can hang out with anyone.

* Peanut butter: You are very intelligent, but also very disarming. You work well under pressure and handle crises with patience and composure.

* Rainbow cookie: You are just misunderstood because you are just trying to have a little fun.

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* Chocolate chip: You are as close to perfection as someone can get. You are loved by everyone because you are classic. (Bollywood Country)

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Tracking non-users; What is Facebook up to?

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By NewsGram Staff Writer

The most popular social networking site, Facebook, admitted that it tracked users not active on FB.

However it claimed that the report commissioned by the Belgian data protection authority ‘gets it wrong multiple times’ on what exactly FaceBook does with the user data. According to the social media giant, tracking happened because of a bug that is now being fixed.

Richard Allan, Facebook’s vice president of policy for Europe wrote, “The researchers did find a bug that may have sent cookies to some people when they weren’t on Facebook. This was not our intention; a fix for this is already under way.”

Allan responded to a few claims of the report which were presented by researchers at the Centre of Interdisciplinary Law and ICT (ICRI) and the Computer Security and Industrial Cryptography department (Cosic) at the University of Leuven, and the media, information and telecommunication department (Smit) at Vrije Universiteit Brussels.

What is interesting is that Facebook claimed in a press release that “there’s no way to opt out of social ads” while the report states that “users can opt-out from so-called Social Ads”.

“Facebook does receive standard ‘web impressions’, or website visit information, when people visit sites with our plug-ins or other integrations. The authors misleadingly call this ‘tracking’,” “Unlike many companies, we explain how we will use this information and the controls we honor and offer,” said Allan.

Allan also wrote that Facebook is very much open about use of cookies for security, personalization and ads.

The Belgian Privacy Commission will be giving its verdict on the report on 29 April.

Meanwhile, things are getting hot for FaceBook. A team of data regulators from Belgium, France, Spain and Italy has been set up to look into Facebook’s privacy practices. Flemish, Dutch and European parliaments have also called for closer inspection of the company.