Contents tagged “privacy”

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  1. screenshot of This One Weird Trick Tells Us Everything About You

    Laura Kalbag avatar Laura Kalbag

    This One Weird Trick Tells Us Everything About You

    The web, and Big Tech at large, is tracking our every move, habit, and facial expression. As designers and developers who are also users, we both contribute to the surveillance system and are exploited by it. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

  2. screenshot of Google’s new reCAPTCHA has a dark side

    Katharine Schwab avatar Katharine Schwab

    Google’s new reCAPTCHA has a dark side

    Because reCaptcha v3 is likely to be on every page of a website, if you’re signed into your Google account there’s a chance Google is getting data about every single webpage you go to that is embedded with reCaptcha v3—and there many be no visual indication on the site that it’s happening, beyond a small reCaptcha logo hidden in the corner.

  3. screenshot of Trackers on Your Domain, Revenue Risk

    Boris Schapira avatar Boris Schapira

    Trackers on Your Domain, Revenue Risk

    In this article, Boris shows how new practices around third party trackers hidden as first party assets, to "escape" GDPR and trackers blockers, can lead to security and performance issues, leading to potential business loss.

  4. screenshot of I Visited 47 Sites. Hundreds of Trackers Followed Me.

    Farhad Manjoo avatar Farhad Manjoo

    I Visited 47 Sites. Hundreds of Trackers Followed Me.

    For several days this spring, I lived my life through this Invasive Firefox, which logged every site I visited, all the advertising tracking servers that were watching my surfing and all the data they obtained. Then I uploaded the data to my colleagues at The Times, who reconstructed my web sessions into the gloriously invasive picture of my digital life you see here.

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