• Facebook tracks you across the web and Mozilla wants your help in finding out how

    9 days ago - By Beta News

    Everyone knows that Facebook collects data on people online and then uses this to tailor content and advertising. Exactly how it does this remains something of a mystery, however. Mozilla has partnered with non-profit newsroom The Markup for what it's calling the 'Facebook Pixel Hunt' to find out how Meta tracks people across the web through its pixel-powered ad network, and what it does with this collected data. SEE ALSO: Meta launches new Privacy Center, leaving Facebook users the unenviable task of learning about privacy and security Linux Mint sells out for Mozilla money - Google...
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  • Mozilla wants to show just how much Meta and Facebook tracks you

    Mozilla wants to show just how much Meta and Facebook tracks you

    9 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Firefox maker Mozilla has announced a wide-ranging new program aiming to discover the scope and depth of tracking services used by Facebook parent company Meta. Led by Rally, Mozilla's privacy-first data-sharing platform, The Facebook Pixel Hunt will be conducted together with The Markup Team, an American non-profit data-driven journalism organization, covering the ethics and impact of technology on society, as well as Mozilla volunteering users. “According to its own privacy policy, Facebook may collect information about you across the web even if you don't have a Facebook account,” the...
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