Email Tracking: It Gets Worse When I wrote Monday about the new didtheyreadit.com privacy-invading email tracking system, I had no idea that an even more invasive system has been on the market for two years or so.
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The Dangers of Web Tracking - The Great Privacy Debate
Google Lets Users Opt Out Of Analytics Tracking, But Doesn't Expect Many Will Google has announced the launch of a browser plugin that lets users avoid being tracked by Google Analytics. The company warned two months ago, in the midst of loud privacy-related complaints, that it was working on such a tool.
Google has launched a new privacy dashboard — technically just called Google Dashboard — that gives users quicker access to, and more control over, the personal information stored in Google’s databases. The dashboard is a one-stop shop for managing this data and the settings that are associated with the Google products you use when signed in to your Google account. “We recognize how important our users’ trust is, so we’re looking for ways to be more transparent,” says Shuman Ghosemajumder, Google’s Business Product Manager for Trust & Safety. Google Dashboard Offers New Privacy Controls
History Sniffing: How YouPorn Checks What Other Porn Sites You've Visited and Ad Networks Test The Quality of Their Data
How People Broadcast Their Locations Without Meaning To People were up in arms this week about the privacy implications of news that the iPhone gathers location information and stores it in a file on the user’s computer. But experts say that smart-phone owners are unknowingly taking a much bigger risk with information about where they go all day. During a presentation at the computer security conference Source Boston, Ben Jackson of Mayhemic Labs and Larry Pesce, a senior security consultant with NWN, described the way photos taken by many phones are routinely encoded with latitude and longitude tags.
How To Hide From Google - Forbes.com
Tracking Yourself Online: The Power of Google Alerts | Keyword Connects Blog Think Google is just a gigantic search engine that knows everything about everything? Think again.
Tracking Yourself Online: The Power of Google Alerts | Keyword Connects Blog
Do Not Track - Universal Web Tracking Opt Out
Late Friday evening, I tweeted out that, for some reason unbeknownst to me, Google’s Web History tracking “feature” (the one that keeps tabs on every search you’ve made for sake of tailoring ads to your tastes and/or creeping you out) had seemingly been enabled on my account. Think You’ve Disabled Google’s Web History Tracking? Check Again.
Browser History Sniffing Is Back