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Facebook mainly uses the Facebook Like buttons installed on the web pages you visit to track where you went and are. This button injects an iframe that stores cookies on your computer, and cross references all the web pages you visit. To prevent this, I'd recommend the Adblock Extension, which, alongside blocking advertising on the pages you visit, has an ...
Using two different browsers could partially help. But I remember reading about non-Facebook users getting tracked by Facebook on third-party sites. They probably just wait for you to log in. It's better than nothing, but just do a mistake once and they got you ;) Once they have the connection between your second browser and your account, they can always ...
Normally in Ubuntu the packages that you can install directly via command line (sudo apt-get install <package>) or software center has the .deb format. Here all the dependencies will be automatically fixed, so you don't need to worry about anything just use the command line or software center to install a package, the package manager will take the ...
Hi it's gona be a loong list isn't it! Save your list as a HTML document. Open your document in Chromium. In the settings menue: On Startup Open a specific page.. Set Pages Then choose Use current, Select the propper page.itl look something like this: file:///home/yourname/Documents/MyUrlList.html that should be your list with the 100 links.
Firefox sends a string to the website, identifying your computer OS and browser version. This is called the User Agent. Try installing the Switch User Agent-add on for Firefox. Then, choose a different User Agent (e.g. Firefox for Windows), and things should be OK.
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