Articles tagged: tracking
Facebook can use standard web protocols to get an idea of what you’re doing online, even if you don’t have an account.
While you can’t find the specific owner of an IP address, there are a few tools to see what IP-related information you can get.
Cookies are placed on your machine by websites — often more websites than you realize. We’ll review cookies and how third parties can use them.
Facebook did some testing. It’s made some people upset. What’s important to realize is that testing is ubiquitous on the web and happens in many different ways.
Privacy on the internet means different things to different people. I discuss three different privacy applications out there, explain what exactly each does, and offer some of my own thoughts.