Mozilla Collusion: See who's tracking you online

Posted on March 5, 2012 By newsguide Topic: Tool, Privacy, Geek

Mozilla Collusion is a new Firefox browser add-on that helps you track which companies are tracking you on the internet as you browse various websites for behavioral targeting purposes. How it does this: Whenever Collusion detects some data is being sent to a behavioral tracker, it creates a red (advertisers), grey (websites) or blue dot through its visualization and also shows how the sites you visit and the trackers they work with are connected.

Check out Collusion here


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