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Vast majority of **** sites use Google Analytics and Facebook embeds that track you, even in incognito mode

If you only look at **** with your browser in incognito mode, your browser will not record your ****-viewing history; but the **** sites themselves overwhelmingly embed tracking scripts from Google and Facebook in every page: 93% of 22,484 **** sites analyzed in a New Media & Society paper had some kind of third-party ...

Chrome-derived browsers threaten to fork from Google, refuse to eliminate ad-blocker features

Google's decision to restrict access to the Chrome API needed for full ad-blocking to paid enterprise customers was especially worrisome because Chrome's free/open derivative, Chromium, is the basis for many other browsers, including Microsoft's Edge, as well as Opera and the privacy-focused Brave.

Now, the other shoe has dropped: in statements to Zdnet's Catalin Cimpanu, ...

Has the fight over privacy changed at all in 2019?

Few issues divide the tech community quite like privacy. Much of Silicon Valley’s wealth has been built on data-driven advertising platforms, and yet, there remain constant concerns about the invasiveness of those platforms. Such concerns have intensified in just the last few weeks as France’s privacy regulator placed a record fine on Google under Europe’s ...

Tor pulls in record donations as it lessens reliance on US government grants

Tor, the open source initiative which provides a more secure way to access the internet, is continuing to diversify its funding away from its long-standing reliance on U.S. government grants. The Tor Foundation — the organization behind the service which stands for ‘The Onion Router’ — announced this week that it brought in a record ...