Firefox 55 added a new privacy feature, called First-Party Isolation, that safeguards users from cross-site tracking. Here’s how you can enable First-Party Isolation in Firefox.
If you’re interested in blocking ad requests or seeing who tracks you when you load a website, Disconnect for Chrome can block tracking websites completely.
Tracking users is a major part of the modern Web. Fortunately, if you want to stop sites from tracking you, here are a few add-ons for Firefox to reclaim some of your privacy.
We’ve gotten used to the idea that using a website or app means it will be tracking our use. But should Facebook and others be able to track non-users?
Facebook stated that it is going to share the data it has collected with advertisers so they can show you more relevant ads. Here is how you can prevent it.
Even after you’ve cleared your browser’s cookies, or even disable them entirely, companies are still able to get hold of your browser history. Here’s how.