DuckDuckGo shares list of web trackers that gather user data

Privacy centric internet search engine has been compiling a data set of web trackers and the firm is now sharing that data publicly and open sourcing the code that generates it.

“There will be others using it,” including browsers more widely used than Vivaldi, DuckDuckGo Founder and Chief Executive Gabriel Weinberg said in an exclusive interview, CNET reported on Thursday.

Called Tracker Radar, it includes the most common cross-site trackers, plus detailed info on things like their prevalence, ownership, cookie behaviour and privacy policy.

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