Metrics that make more sense.
Blocking all ads faster than the blink of an eye.
How WhoTracks.Me caught the trail of the MageCart hackers
If you are not the product, you're the taxpayer
The tracking landscape post GDPR, adverse effects on competition and a market for compliance technologies
How the web ecosystem is preventing us from reverting the third-party cookie mistake.
The rushed, rough and rogue UX of services getting you to opt-in.
The impact of third-party trackers on website speed in the United States.
Facebook's "Tough" month and Google's recommendation
A privacy-by-design approach.
Google's move to keep their cookies.
A new data format to ease access to tracker data.
How mergers and acquisitions are hiding who actually is tracking us.
New data and trackers in our monthly update.
Using whotracks.me data and sankey diagrams to dissect trackers
Let's never miss a new tracker again.
Beyond privacy - a survey of hidden and visible effects of tracking on user experience.
Definitions for different types of trackers
So, ... did you read my email?
Using an algorithmic, data-driven approach to remove unique identifiers that track users.
A technical analysis of the methods used to track users as a third party. Deep dive into a couple of case studies.
An explanation of the origin of the data in this site, and why its collection is private.
Let me tell you what's unique about your device.
A small piece of data sent from a website, meant to 'help', used to track.
Explaining what makes a particular domain a tracker