Trackers How are you tracked?

Covers any technology that allows services to track (identify over time, place, and between devices) a user. These technologies include but are not limited to: - HTTP Cookies - IP geolocation - Browser Session Storage - iOS Advertising IDs - Device Fingerprinting - Data de-anonymization/Data re-identification - Tracking pixels



Title Contributions Rating
This service tracks you on other websites 95
Third party cookies are employed, but with opt out instructions 88
The cookies used by this service do not contain information that would personally identify you 45
Tracking cookies refused will not limit your ability to use the service 22
A list of all cookies set by the website is provided 82
Third-party cookies are used for advertising 195
Tracking pixels are used in service-to-user communication 66
The service deletes tracking data after a period of time and allows you to opt out 11
Third-party cookies are used for statistics 272
This service tracks which web page referred you to it 106
You are not being tracked 140
You are being tracked via social media cookies/pixels 97
Blocking first party cookies may limit your ability to use the service 248
Only temporary session cookies are used 35
You are tracked via web beacons, tracking pixels, browser fingerprinting, and/or device fingerprinting 321
This service still tracks you even if you opted out from tracking 12
First-party cookies are used 155
Do Not Track (DNT) headers are ignored and you are tracked anyway even if you set this header. 183
Your browser's Do Not Track (DNT) headers are respected 49


Comments:
On 2019-09-27 18:13:03 UTC, omhqit Curator wrote:

Cookies should be changed to something more general, like Trackers or Beacons to encompass all the methods of tracking. Cookies are just a specific technology used to track.

On 2019-09-27 18:18:53 UTC, omhqit Curator wrote:

Updated to include
- HTTP Cookies
- IP geolocation
- Browser Session Storage
- iOS Advertising IDs
- Device Fingerprinting
- Data de-anonymization/Data re-identification