SecureKongo

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Privacy is becoming a major concern for many internet users, specifically the implications of our browsing activities being tracked. And yet it seems like many people are still unaware of the risks associated with some of their habits. And neither do they know how to mitigate those risks.

So how do website track users? And how can you legally stop your online activities bring traced?

 
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Fun fact: The site itself
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The article is also outdated. Nowadays tracking doesn't need any cookies and this state they wrote about is already the case for long time already.

Anyway, my 3-browser-profile solution still helps.
 

SecureKongo

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Fun fact: The site itself
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The article is also outdated. Nowadays tracking doesn't need any cookies and this state they wrote about is already the case for long time already.

Anyway, my 3-browser-profile solution still helps.
They didn't say that tracking is exclusively done with cookies. Cookies are still used to track people online, even if that's not the prefered solution nowadays.
 

Moonhorse

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I just tend to allow all cookies nowadays, cookie prompts are blocked by adblocker and cookies are removed at the closing of browser, no broken websites

If the cookies would track me to home, i could have glass of milk with the cookies but if i care so much about website tracking me online i should not be online then
 
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