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Title: Net-C – the European mail service which respects your privacy Link here: http://www.netcourrier.com/
I added noscript to firefox then have been whitelisting scripts that are need to make the sites I visit work and I noticed that all scripts coming from google owned domains (google, googleanalitics, youtube, gstatic, googletagmanager) were automatically whitelisted. I had to change all of them to blocked.
Facebook confirms that it tracks how you move mouse on the computer screen
Privacy Watchdog EPIC Files Complaint Against DHS Over Journalist Database
It’s a picture I’d rather have some people not see. I have that thing enabled where I have to allow something before it shows up in my chronic, but what about the news feed of my friends
EU-US Privacy Shield not up to snuff, data tap should be turned off – MEPs
Can websites like facebook track me better if I use their windows store app, as compared to using facebook on my primary browser (that I use for browsing the web)?
Here’s my hypothesis: When I sign into facebook on my primary browser, they can fingerprint it, and then for every other site I visit (that contains facebook plugin) facebook will know I was there (even after blocking third party cookies) by verifying the fingerprint. This explains how I have seen ads on reddit related to the content I see on reddit even in private browsing. It is embarrassing.
To prevent this, I should use a different browser for every site I sign into, such that its unique browser fingerprint is different from my primary browser, but that’s too much hassle.
Right now, I can see a UWP app for every major website, is signing into these apps a good idea? More concretely: can these websites fingerprint the UWP app? Can they have even better profile about my likes/dislikes?
PS: Adblock or browsers that auto-block ads/scripts are not a viable solution, they are against the website, the website may break unexpectedly or ask to remove adblock, this is why I asked this question. All I want to know is if I should sign into UWP apps or not, it seems like a good idea.