uBlock Origin, NoScrpt, Privacy Badger & Co verbessern keine Webseite, aber wenn du auf ein wenig Wert legst, wenig haben mchtest ist es empfehlenswert nicht ohne diese Begleiter im Internet spazieren zu gehen.
Die Handhabung ist z. T. allerdings nicht trivial und gewhnungsbedrftig.
Spent yesterday researching a thing I need, and expect to buy it today, having selected one.
BUT - in my morning reading, all the tracking has ads popping up, hammering me to buy THAT thing, and it makes me NOT want to buy it.
And some jerk will collect my stats and say "See - because of our ads, he bought our thing it works."
In reality my buy is due to my research and I'm *almost* convinced to get a different one just because of the intrusive ads & tracking.
Google Chrome just rolled out a new way to track you and serve ads. Here's what you need to know
How to turn off your location on an iPhone to stay under the radar.
Turning Location Services off can improve battery life, security, and overall phone performance.
Time to introduce as alternative to + I guess...
Es geht um die private Freiheit im Netz!
Wer und schtzt, kann sich bei Interesse dieser Seiten bedienen.
Missing Link: Staatstrojaner der Demokratie-Killer, der fast keinen juckt heise online
Anyone block tracking via AS codes using in
I block google via google's AS codes.
for example, from the AScode list below, there about 4k google IPs:
Depending on amount of surfing per day, pfblockerng can block as much as 80k google hits from all the google from google AS codes.
google fingers are entrenched everywhere. bloody hell.Track your Group
Maybe be evil, if it's good for the stock price.
The idea, hopes, is that will survive privacy legislation that bans "compiling a dossier" style
They are piloting it now to see if it works. Because of Google's dominance over the browser ecosystem with and over online advertising generally, they're the only entity in a position to do something like this.
These pages may be of interest, if you want some
And always use these addons
noScript, Privacy Badger & uBlock Origin
So if you are:
A queer, pregnant woman living in Dercatur, IL who runs a business restoring old cars, likes folk music, and recently came into a small inheritance that's tied up in probate
Current (probably) knows all this about you. Eek!
All will know about you is that you like antique/classic cars and folk music, not anything about your sexual orientation, your pregnancy status, or your money situation. By design.
As for and they frequently engage with issues surrounding and
They *really* know how user tracking works and all the ways in which we are tracked.
Steve in particular is a big fan of and adblockers (so am I). This podcast has turned me on to a lot of privacy-preserving tools that I now use regularly and recommend to other people.
Amazon.comShipped with DPD
If you need but without the tracking, use ungoogled-chromium.
Unfortunately, tracks you by default, including tracking. While Firefox is less bad than Chrome, it's sadly not ideal. Thankfully, this can be mitigated (see ).
is also an option. This is a Firefox fork without .
Senat vs. "kybernetische Waffe": darf in Polen nicht mehr genutzt werden heise online
Ich habe da mal eine Frage: Wieso mssen bei der App (iOS) fr Push Nachrichten die Domains app-measurement.com und device-provisioning.googleapis.com zwingend freigeschaltet sein Und wieso werden fr die Aktivierung von Push Nachrichten all diese Domains kontaktiert
Chrome's invasive new tracking makes this the perfect time for a new browser
I've been using Firefox for years. It's great.
Alert: No Google Topics in Vivaldi.
From the moment they started developing it, we have voiced our concerns about this whether it was Floc or Topics, and have sought to fully disable it in Vivaldi. We never had any faith in the Topics API from the very start
gets its way, bakes a user- ad platform directly into Ars Technica
If is and sending my history to to help them target at me, how does this help them if I'm mostly on anyways.
Like I might go to a to form up a at most, once a week. I'm sure this amount of would only be effective if I were on the sites often enough to see the anyways. I get my on Mastodon so that kills the need of constantly using a for me.
For most normal users though, yeah i'd recommend them switching to to avoid this new tracking.
I made a blocklist of servers and hosts, for copy-paste into your hosts file. This to improve your and increase your web browsing . Do not apply this list if you are an SEO consultant: your tools will stop working.
Vivaldi unfortunately doesn't have a true portable version (but then again, neither does Ungoogled Chromium). Chromium-based does have a PAF, however. It shows the tracking features in the settings, but they're disabled by default. With Lite and the excellent added, it would seem to meet my needs for those few sites that don't work w/ Firefox. 2/2
Thank you for giving these instructions on how to opt out of 's new platform
says no to Topics in its browser "Google's euphemistically named or Ad Privacy feature is a topic of hot debate. ... It still relies on the profiling of users, is said to give Google even more control over the advertising market, and is the first time that an solution that includes is integrated natively in a web browser." 1/2
I'm not into cars at all, I don't own one.
Yesterday I visited a friend who just got a Range Rover
This morning on my feed , I got this
It might be odd - but I didn't stop using Chrome a few years ago because I was concerned about their tracking - the last stroke was when they took away the shortcut "Ctrl+Shift+Q".
Google bakes an ad platform directly into Chrome Chrome now directly tracks users via a topic list
How did anyone NOT see this coming! Theyre like the biggest agency :blobfacepalm:
Frankly, Im surprised it took this long
gets its way, bakes a user- directly into Ars Technica
Google Chrome's new "privacy Sandbox" is just a targeted advertising Scheme, and vivaldi plans to block the Topics API, which is the Heart of the Privacy Sandbox user-Tracking system completely. Click through for more details.
Personally I still recommend Firefox.
It's not as if they eben have the resources or need to find out if any customers are from outside their own ZIP code.
Even if everyone had static IPs allocated and a non-anonymized WHOIS that literally tells them the exact legal adress of every visitor, that would be absurdy
There is no "legitimate interest" because we can do and shopping carts without and without .
All those shitty tell me is that they don't value ...
says its is ready: is shipping in finally. So, la $GOOG is preparing to switch off .
Sinister land grab In todays , we see both sides. At s :
New set of anti-tracking tools available to most Chrome users
"Did any user in the world want a and ad platform baked directly into their Probably not, but this is , and they control , and this probably still won't make people switch to ."
Dieser von kommt direkt aus der Hlle. Hat irgendwer mitgezhlt, wie viel Hundert Klicks das sind, um alle mglichen Datenabflussstellen (aka Werbepartner) abzuhakeln Bei mir ist zwischendrin der Banner verschwunden und ich konnte nicht mehr nachzhlen.
wir sollten diesen Cokiebanner-Sppedrumn fr den nchsten CCC-Congress echt machen und Negativpreise fr die Seiten verleihen.
"Your car has 'unmatched power' to spy on you and share the data"
"Cars are now computers on wheels which means they 'have an unmatched power to watch, listen, and collect information about what you do and where you go,' per the report. That information is then shared with or sold to data brokers, law enforcement, and others."
Unsurprisingly, the team behind the browser have confirmed that 's new Topics API in , which will mine your browser's history for your interests and report that data to sites that request it, will not be enabled in their :
If you want to use a based browser but don't want Google's and invasions there are few better choices than Vivaldi.