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Richard Andrew x64 wrote:
I cringe at the thought of how much tracking and analytics must be going on in the unfiltered web. It's truly astounding.
Considering I work on enterprise websites exclusively; it gets even worse. The larger the corporation, you'll have one department wanting one library to get telemetry the way they're used to and another department wanting a different library, etc. Then, everybody and their mother will use some API from Google, font, etc. and these third parties also inject their own telemetry too. It all adds up quickly.

Some of it is useful, like to track users' interactions in case they call the support line. Most of it is just to find the best way to sell you more stuff though.
Jeremy Falcon

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