A tracker is defined, by Albine a company that deals with online security, as a request a website tries to make your browser perform that will share information intended to record, profile, or share your online activity. There are numerous types of trackers, such as a cookie, javascript, 1 pixel beacons, and iFrames. Cookies for example, are small pieces of software that websites place on your device that are used to identify you, and send back useful information about your background behavior.

One technique, websites use to track you is called canvas fingerprinting.  Every device ‘reacts’ slightly different when the code of a website interacts with it, in a way that the user has no idea it it happening. This difference is used to ‘create’ a device fingerprint so that third parties can identify when specific users are viewing the website.

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