The Cookie(less) Monster

With the revelation of massive internal spying operations in the United States, citizens are becoming increasingly concerned with their privacy staying just that: private.

With cookies (The once main way to track people on the internet) becoming increasingly blocked and ineffective, technology has devised a new way to track you and your information: device fingerprinting.

http://www.webdesigndegreecenter.org/ has created an infographic entitled The Cookie(Less) Monster detailing the sneaky new ways that are being used to track you, and how to protect yourself.

Cookieless-Monster

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