In the public interest.
What I do is when I am in the library they re-load Microsoft Windows which means I have to go into privacy every time and turn off all the settings that enable Apps to access my camera, microphone, pictures, devices, retain my activity and so on. It is annoying to do it but I just steadfast refuse to allow foreign corporations access to my data as they are not acting in my interests, they are serving their interests. My privacy is of value to me.
I use Duckduckgo as an alternative search engine to Google as I do not trust Google given the CIA links. Facebook is the same. I regard Google as a One World Regime (not government) that is collecting data across the globe as a means of tracking, profiling and storing data on every person. They want to be able to identify everyone. This is the sign of totalitarianism and it is deeply concerning when you are witnessing more corruption, pathological leadership and no real accountability. I am very concerned for children as they are so open and innocent and can easily have their lives mapped, profiled from the cradle to the ground. People have to understand they use algorithms to direct and control data that we consume. We don’t know what is filtered out. We don’t what is real or fabricated in respect of photo shopping events, false flag events and what hits our news feed. I noticed MSN and Facebook teamed up. That was a red flag to me as foreigners decide what the public want without polling or asking. Moreover, the digital environment completely bypasses democratic rights and forces people to agree with terms and conditions knowing they are not lawyers or likely to read the information, so it is agreement by deception. that does not build trust and it is weighted towards their interests. The illusion is that this is free but in reality the global commons will pay more and more for this access which will be highly controlled and dominated by corporate interests. We don’t know who these people are, we do not vote for them and yet they have penetrated our governments, business, public libraries, transport and so on. As global Smart Cities is what is being trialled and rolled out. They will be electromagnetic spaces where people will be identified facially, their cars can be tracked, their sensors will pick them up and they can be located through analytics and location on phones or other devices. There are so many issues.
So in respect of this blog it is looking at how to stop the tracking so that you can have your privacy and stop the profiting from data gathering, as if they can’t get everyone they can’t be sure of the statistics. I write this whilst deeply mindful of the environmental collapse in the real world happening outside of the greed and blind spot of business as usual that is not responding to the massive imbalance in our consumption and planetary systems. Stewardship requires decisions to be made about the type of world we wish to participate in. Access and participating is a vote as you say YES and give up your CHOICE as you want access. I would advise you to think deeply about what you give up when you click the terms and conditions to access and when you search for data, websites, online activity to know the data is being gathered. Then an ad pops up in front of you as you are chatting to a friend believing you are private. The temptation for companies too much as they see the gold mine in unprecedented access to the personal lives of billions. The ethics and principles go out the door, although they will seek to assure and comfort you so you can continue with an addiction that is not truly serving you. It is more akin to entrapment.
If you choose to vote for freedom and a renewable future where you have a say then start by saying NO to tracking, profiling and privacy breaches.
These links were picked up in a duckduckgo search. You can download Google Analytics Opt Out to stop tracking.
https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptoutIf you want to opt-out, download and install the add-on for your web browser. The GoogleAnalyticsopt-out add-on is designed to be compatible with Chrome, InternetExplorer 11, Safari, Firefox and Opera. In order to function, the opt-out add-on must be able to load and execute properly on your browser. For InternetExplorer, 3rd-party cookies …
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ie/2010/08/16/add-ons-and-opting-out-of-google-analytics-without-them/Recently, Google made available the “GoogleAnalyticsOpt-out Browser Add-on.” This add-on enables consumers to “indicate that information about the website visit should not be sent to GoogleAnalytics.” We agree that making it easy for consumers to protect their privacy is good, and InternetExplorer offers a variety of features to help keep you…
https://www.shouldiremoveit.com/Google-Analytics-Opt-out-Browser-Add-on-14635-program.aspxGoogleAnalyticsOpt-out Browser Add-on is a software program developed by Google Inc. The most common release is 0.9.6.0, with over 98% of all installations currently using this version. It adds a Browser Helper Object (BHO) to InternetExplorer. The setup package generally installs about 2 files.
https://geekthis.net/post/block-google-analytics/GoogleAnalyticsOpt-Out Extension. The official extension used to opt-outofGoogleAnalytics is the easiest way to opt-out and should always work even when Google makes changes to their services. There are a few downsides to the extension though. First, the extension has to be installed to your computer.
https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/google-analytics-opt-out-browser-add-on.386593/By default, IE blocks third-party cookies unless the site presents a P3P Compact Policy Statement indicating how the site will use the cookie and that the site’s use does not include tracking the user. Google’s P3P policy causes InternetExplorerto accept Google’s cookies even though the policy does not state Google’s intent.
https://cariblogger.com/how-to-disable-google-analytics/Howto disable GoogleAnalytics? Image by Shobart. If you are quite concern with your surfing privacy, there is a simple magic tricks that will help you to disable GoogleAnalytics Tracking. Well, the tricks has a catchy name. Let me introduce you to GoogleAnalyticsOpt-out plugin. This plugin give more choice for visitors.
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie10-windows_7/google-analytics-opt-out-browser-add-on-not/d3848f76-48d1-4875-8a26-77875d4ea965Is the issue specific to installing GoogleAnalyticsoptout? This issue can occur if the add-on is not compatible with the web browser. I would like to tell you that add-ons are mostly installed on the drive where the Operating system is installed. Here are a few steps which you can follow and check if it helps: a. Double click My Computer. b.
https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/18936/keep-google-from-tracking-your-every-move-online/Then click Restart Browser Now to run the add-on and keep your data away from GoogleAnalytics. Unfortunately, the InternetExplorer add-on installs as a normal Windows application. If you choose to remove it in the future, open Control Panel, select Uninstall a Program, and then select the AnalyticsOpt-out Browser Add-on to uninstall it. Firefox
https://webgilde.com/en/analytics-opt-out/Opt-Out code with GoogleAnalytics for WordPress by Yoast plugin. If you are using the GoogleAnalytics for WordPress plugin by Yoast, you can even get the UA code from it. This is especially helpful when you run a multisite and every single site has its own tracking code. Simply include the following code into the functions.php file of your theme.