How article about blocking of fingerprints use your fingerprints

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How article about blocking of fingerprints use your fingerprints

jeyare

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I have seen this article about:
Firefox 72 may block fingerprinters by default
... Designed to reduce tracking on the Internet, Tracking Protection blocks known trackers (e.g. social media trackers), cross-site tracking cookies, and other tracking related or undesirable content.

What was really nice, it was original website notification regarding tracking of your fingerprints :) :

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