Think you’re anonymous? Think again. 40% of “anonymous” visitors are identified by other information.   Perhaps your browser tells the site your specific version, and patches, and available plugins.  If your IP address has been the same for a while, and you’re still logged in to another site with which dnb have a “relationship” to share tracking data.  Boom!  At […]

The Good Bad and Ugly of Anonymity

So most of us might like some level of anonymity.  Browsing facebook to see what your hold high school classmates (or your ex?) have been up to, do you really want them to know you were lurking on their pages?  That’s pretty tame.  There are good reasons for the longevity of this thing called the […]