> Comment #54543
We now forward that page to donttrack.us and fixtracking.com goes to
Gabriel's post on privacy
. The reason for the changes is that both pages require more attention/updates than we can spare. This is a good thing, signaling that positive movement is happening in the privacy industry, but would be bad if we are showing outdated information or drawing attention away from positive efforts.
3 years and 8 months ago
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