Track This is a new kind of incognito, says Mozilla.
It is a fact that everything you do on the internet, such as using Facebook or Twitter, online shopping or speechless surfing the Internet is tracked. Haven't you noticed that as soon as you're looking for something, ads relevant to the search will start appearing on your mobile or desktop screens?
Former users did not have any way to address this tracking problem, but now, thanks to Mozilla's Track This, it is possible to protect themselves from such extensive and unsolicited tracking.
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Recently, Mozilla announced that Track This now will be part of its flagship Firefox browser. The message showed that each browser helps advertisers track user preferences from language to favorite sites and from shopping platforms to goods in the cart.
However, the tracking becomes a little "shady" when cookies are used to collect this information without the users' consent. Therefore, Mozilla believes it is time for users to start managing information advertisers.
"You should still have control over what advertisers know about you ̵1; if they know anything about you at all – which can be difficult when web tracking companies operate out of sight," the company said.
Track This is a new site developed by Mozilla that specifically shows how advertisers track your online searches to send related ads to your screens. Track This will reveal the hidden ways of third party cookie tracking and will deceive trackers by changing your online identity. In this regard, the site will offer four choices for the user Hypebeast, Filthy Rich, Doomsday and Influencer.
Hypebeast persona most interested in streetwear , music and sneakers, while Supreme, Flight Club, Kith, Goat and StockX are Hypebeast's favorite places.
Filthy Rich persona is of someone who is in luxury brands, bottle services at exclusive clubs and golf courses memberships.
Doomsday is a person who believes that the world is approaching its end and is searching for underground bunkers, vacuumed sealed food and latest gadgets.
Influencer is more interested in learning about Instagram, skincare and zodiac signs and wants to have more social media subscribers. See: Crooks sells "Digital Doppelgangers" to bypass fraud protection
Consider it your digital doppelganger kind, but it is Mozilla's way of protecting you from online tracking. As soon as you select a person, Track This will open 100 different websites, all related to the chosen person, so that advertisers will be deceived.
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