I installed it this morning. FR is about as clean as they come. It’ll be nice when they upgrade and allow us to delete the cookies right from the page.
I haven’t used it, but DNT+ (Do not Track Plus) has been up and running on Firefox ever since I heard about it here.
Seems to work very well. BTW, I allow websites like FR to track me with Google Analytics.
I recently installed a similar add-on that works with both Firefox and IE.
It is called DoNotTrack+ from http://abine.com.
I just did an upgrade and it stopped 25 Google trackers.
Ghostery also works well.
careful though, some of these things don't play well together and some do the same thing.
Also, Screw Google, don't use it anymore, try "duckduckgo"....
You should try a Tracking Software Blocker by Abine.I’m using it and it says I had One Company,Google Analytics tracking Me.The Software Blocked it though so its not a problem.
One of these days, stupid folk will realise that the United States Postal Service doesn’t track anyones contacts.
Try to form a militia via internet...Sheesh!
Yeah amazing what hypocrites they continue to be day in and day out.
Hey, bud. So, I installed Collusion last night and played with it for a while. Pretty cool how it shows the tracking relationships in graphic form.
One little problem, though. The icon for it was residing in a little tool bar that it installed at the bottom of my screen. I hate extra tool bars, so I hit the little x on the left hand side to close it. Now I can’t find the Collusion thingy to save my life. I’ve looked everywhere, but no luck.
Did I delete it, or something?
The development of this program is sponsored by the Ford Foundation. These folks are not know for their love of Americans, liberty or human life in any way, shape or form.
They are probably using it for their own radical political and social tracking. Don’t want google to get one up on them.
I use GHOSTERY for Firefox and it is showing 1