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  1. Despite opponents’ claims that Internet privacy legislation would hinder the ability of corporations to satisfy the customers’ demands. Large numbers of corporations are still collecting information and tracking Internet users without the customers’ consent or knowledge. Even though these corporations claim to regulate themselves.
  2. Despite opponents' claims that Internet privacy legislation would hinder the ability of corporations to satisfy the customers' demands, large numbers of corporations are still collecting information and tracking Internet users without the customers' consent or knowledge. Even though these corporations claim to regulate themselves.
  3. Despite opponents' claims that Internet privacy legislation would hinder the ability of corporations to satisfy the customers' demands, large numbers of corporations are still collecting information and tracking Internet users without the customers' consent or knowledge even though these corporations claim to regulate themselves.
  4. Despite opponents' claims that Internet privacy legislation would hinder the ability of corporations to satisfy the customers' demands. Large numbers of corporations are still collecting information and tracking Internet users without the customers' consent or knowledge even though these corporations claim to regulate themselves.