Eyebrows raised again, this time it’s Motherboard…


To be honest, it is slightly better then the "We Value Your Privacy" title I seem to get from most sites, which then goes on to list all the ways they give away your privacy.

Also, I find that "Configure Preferences" button generally opens to a logical nightmare.

@laura Great juxtaposition of article and pop-up. :flan_laugh:
I'm getting to the point of re-visiting lynx and other text-only browsers, due to all of these tracking notices.


Seems like a job for element zapper or!

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