Reply to post: Re: Spam-fighting?

One solution to wreck privacy-hating websites: Flood them with bogus info using browser tools

Anonymous Coward
Anonymous Coward

Re: Spam-fighting?

Hmmm, DMARC is certainly helping with the spam, but defeating tracking is more of a problem as browser fingerprint can simply leak passively, or the (many and well-funded) opponents can seek active measures; State actors have (ab)used the doubleclick network, ad nauseam!

I have run my own random web/DNS traffic , random identity generators., for quite a few years

I have triggered severe anti-terrrzm profiling of my real bank accounts, but then maybe that's what I was trying to achieve?

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