Chrome and Firefox users can get a better handle on who is tracking their browsing, with the EFF releasing its Privacy Badger browser plug-in to public beta. Privacy Badger, which went in front of alpha testers in May 2014, both exposes Websites' tracking behaviour and lets users control what sites can see. As the EFF explains …
Hope this stops GURGLE
The reason to stop evil companies from snooping on us is that it's none of their business if I don't wish them to know. We really cannot stop them from blabbing this to the highest bidder even if they try not to be evil. I'd like to see if Sergie Brinn would like me peering in his window. If he does want that, he can tell us where he and his family live.
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