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Do Not Track now supported by Pinterest: what this means for you

This is a guest post by Steve Jain. Back in July, Pinterest decided to support Do Not Track (DNT), the browser setting that aims to opt users out of online tracking. While this is a great move for privacy-conscious Pinterest users, it’s another reason for those not on Pinterest to consider enabling DNT too. What is DNT? […]



The 4-Step System To Sure-Fire Private Browsing

The term “Private Browsing” can be somewhat of a misnomer. Simply turning on your internet browser’s “Privacy Mode” (a.k.a private browsing, incognito mode, etc.) does not keep all prying eyes away. Sure, a browser’s privacy mode can definitely protect your browsing habits on your own device when you tell your browser not to keep any […]



Review DoNotTrackMe and enter to win $250 to Amazon.com!

If you’ve had a good experience with DoNotTrackMe, help us spread the word by leaving a review. Just by doing that, you’ll have a chance to win a $250 digital gift card to Amazon.com. Here’s how to do it:



What Firefox’s new privacy settings mean for you

Mozilla recently introduced a patch into its Firefox browser that blocks third-party cookies, and it’s an interesting, long-awaited development.  The change stops third parties from putting cookies on your machine unless you’ve ever visited their website, which stops one of the easiest and most direct ways that users are tracked. This third party cookie blocking […]



6 new trackers added to DNTMe’s block list

Advertisers and trackers are always coming up with new ways to follow you online. Our collaboration on a Web Privacy Census with the UC Berkeley Center for Law & Technology found that online tracking is on the rise: the use of third-party tracking cookies on the 100 most popular websites increased by 11 percent from […]



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