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    Web Tracking Domain and Possible Privacy Defending Tools: A Literature Review

    Maryam Abdulaziz Saad Bubukayr1,*, Mounir Frikha2

    Journal of Cyber Security, Vol.4, No.2, pp. 79-94, 2022, DOI:10.32604/jcs.2022.029020

    Abstract Personal data are strongly linked to web browsing history. By visiting a certain website, a user can share her favorite items, location, employment status, financial information, preferences, gender, medical status, news, etc. Therefore, web tracking is considered as one of the most significant internet privacy threats that can have a serious impact on end-users. Usually, it is used by most websites to track visitors through the internet in order to enhance their services and improve search customization. Moreover, selling users’ data to the advertising companies without their permission. Although there are more research efforts focused on third-party tracking to protect… More >

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