Interesting to read of the launch of Browzar, a web browser (actually, a wrapper for the IE HTML rendering component in Windows) which doesn't store auto-complete info, browsing history, or (most significantly) persistent cookies. So another blow for the web analytics industry - though I predict that Browzar will remain a relatively minor player in the browser world.
Even those people who use it will probably use one of the more mainstream browsers for most of the time, since Browzar will disable the auto-login features on which so many people rely so as not to have to remember a hundred passwords. But if I were in charge of web analytics for a porn site, I might be a bit more worried.
(Thanks to Slashdot)