anonymous
This is a guide on how consumers protect against the producer's tracking.
But often, producers don't even know that they use technology on their website that tracks their users.

I am a "producer", I've got a blog and I'm trying to keep tracking minimal. But that's a hard way, especially when every website recommends tracking services like Google Analytics, AdSense, or Widgets like Facebook's ones.

We do not only need a guide for consumers to protect against tracking, but also for producers to prevent tracking!

Are there any privacy-friendly ad networks, statistics services, social widgets? Through informing the "producers", making it easier to use privacy-friendly services than using tracking services, this is the more effective way. Currently, we wait for those users who have enough of being tracked. But there are dozens of users who aren't even aware that something like "tracking" exists or just don't care. So why don't we communicate with the people who host websites? We must tell them what to do to protect their visitors.
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anonymous
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