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Privacy

5 tips to stop Facebook from stalking your real life

Facebook and its advertisers want to know everything about you, online and off. The latest push is around knowing where you grew up. If you’ve signed onto Facebook lately, you’ve probably seen it. They’ve been asking for your hometown on your profile page for several weeks now, but they’ve gotten more aggressive lately: they’re putting […]

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It keeps getting better: DNTMe is now blocking 28 more trackers

Did you know that we’re always updating DNTMe to block new trackers? You’re seeing this post because one of these updates just happened: we added 28 new trackers to DNTMe’s block list. These updates are free, automatic, and designed to keep you safer and more private online. They happen whenever we add trackers to our […]

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Who are these tracking companies? Meet BlueKai.

BlueKai is one of the largest aggregators of consumer browsing behavior data (actually, they say they’re THE largest behavioral data provider in the US). While they do not perform much of their own predictive analysis, they sell their data to tons of advertising companies, who in turn use this data to generate thorough profiles of […]

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