"Online tracking has become a pervasive invisible reality of the
modern web. Most sites you load are likely to be full of ads, tracking
pixels, social media share buttons, and other invisible trackers all
and other methods to read unique IDs associated with your browser, the
result being that they record all the sites you visit as you browse
around the internet. This sort of tracking is invisible to most web
users, meaning they never get the option to agree to or opt-out of it.
Today the EFF has launched the 1.0 version of Privacy Badger, an
extension designed to prevent these trackers from accessing unique
info about you and your browsing."
-- source: http://yro.slashdot.org/story/15/08/07/0139241
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Waikato, NZ
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