And the rest of your Firefox session is working as usual. Say what you want about Google, but in my experience, it still gives the best search results—better than Duck Duck Go or any other competitor.But that doesn’t mean I need to give over all my data to Google.
An alternative to Do Not Track Me, Ghostery does the same job but without the email mask. Well, opinion is split regarding which of the two is better at stopping trackers and protecting you.Formerly known as Do Not Track Plus, this extension by Abine will notify you of all the data any web page is trying to track when you visit it.Once you have it installed and you go to any website, it will automatically stop various trackers on the site, like Google Adsense, Demandbase, Doubleclick, Facebook Connect, Twitter, Google 1, Linked In and more.Of course, you need to have “Don’t track my browsing here” activated, and you can switch it off at any time. You know how you visit a website and are compelled to put in your email address for whatever reason, and then are subjected to spam?Well, there are some great services for disposable emails, but DNTM makes it easier because it’s integrated in your browser and comes with a handy dashboard.