From Life­hacker: Over the weekend, Dave Winer wrote an article at Scripting.com explaining how Face­book keeps track of where you are on the web after logging in without your consent. Nik Cubrilovic dug a little deeper, and discov­ered that Face­book can still track where you are, even if you log out. Face­book, for its part, has denied the claims. Regard­less of who you believe, here’s how to protect your­self, and keep your browsing history to your­self. · Go to Face­book is tracking your every move on the web. Here’s how to stop it. →