Amazon’s Silk Browser Now Tracking User Behavior For New “Trending Now” Section…

Just a reminder that Amazon’s Kindle browser tracks your surfing activity:

One of the touted benefits of such a setup was that Amazon could now track user’s behavior (you know, not in a creepy way), so that the browser could detect which websites a user tended to visit more often, and pre-cache the content so it can be delivered faster. Amazon called this process “Dynamic Split Browsing.”

via Amazon’s Silk Browser Now Tracking User Behavior For New “Trending Now” Section…Wait, What? | TechCrunch.

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