Social Engineering

Web Trackers Collect Much More Info About Your Users’ Browsing Activity Than Previously Believed

Researchers at Norton LifeLock have found that web trackers are collecting much more information about users’ browsing activity than had previously been believed. Such trackers can follow users around much of the Internet in order to build a profile about them. The profiles are usually compiled for advertising purposes.

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