What’s at stake is a pretty fundamental attribute of the Web: anonymity.

by none | November 4, 2019 AT 3:01 AM

Washington Post Technology Columnist Geoffrey Fowler on the findings of the paper’s most recent privacy experiment that a third of popular websites are “fingerprinting” you. Fowler writes, “One of the original benefits of the Internet is that anyone can express themselves and access information without fear. But to update an adage: Now on the Internet, they definitely know you’re a dog.” (Washington Post – October 31, 2019)