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While President Obama has been widely praised for his use of the Internet to communicate with the public, not all are happy. For example privacy groups have raised a stink over President Obama’s use of Google’s YouTube as the primary distributor of weekly video addresses on the WhiteHouse.gov Website.
Groups such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation objected to YouTube’s use of small files known as “cookies” that track users’ movements across the Web. The White House is now using a different video provider.