When you protect yourself from third-party tracking, you're helping to:
- Protect yourself from malware that spreads through ad networks.
- Protect your favorite web sites from data leakage and advertising fraud.
- Protect brands from accidentally supporting illegal sites.
You can help advertisers spend less on the annoying
follow you around the web, and more
on helping to pay for the web sites you use.
Your browser appears to be vulnerable to third-party tracking. You will need to install or configure a tracking protection tool.
A simple tracking protection test can help you find out if your browser is vulnerable.
Disconnect protects Safari from third-party tracking. Your browser is Safari and appears to be compatible with Disconnect. This extension is recommended for you.
Privacy Badger, a project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, is a tracking protection extension for Firefox and Google Chrome. Privacy Badger only blocks trackers that it detects following you across multiple sites. Your browser appears to be compatible with PrivacyBadger. This extension is recommended for you.
Mozilla Firefox tracking protection is present and working, but hidden. You can turn it on by installing the Tracking Protection experiment in Firefox Test Pilot. Your browser is Firefox and appears to support this feature.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Tracking Protection is built in to Microsoft Internet Explorer, but you need to subscribe to a Tracking Protection List to protect
to the EasyPrivacy Tracking Protection List. You can manage your tracking protection lists
Safety item in the gear menu at the upper
right of your browser window.
Your browser is Internet Explorer and appears to support this feature.
Note for Adblock Plus users
Adblock Plus does not protect you from tracking in its default configuration. You will need to install a tracking protection tool as well. All of the recommended options on this page can be installed without removing Adblock Plus.
If Adblock Plus with the default settings is your only protection, your browser will fail the tracking protection test.
Add a tracking protection warning to your own site
Visit our Howto to alert your users, set up bonus pages for tracking-protected users, and more.
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