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  1. Just found this interesting and vast guide to reducing outgoing tracking data from Firefox. It's in the form of a user.js file which you could deploy altogether, or select particular items and edit them with about:config. Firefox does appear to send various data out and most of us probably don't need the functionality this data supports. Who ever used "Pocket" for instance? https://gist.github.com/MrYar/751e0e5f3f1430db7ec5a8c8aa237b72
  2. Cookieless cookies There is another obscure way of tracking users without using cookies or even Javascript. It has already been used by numerous websites but few people know of it. This page explains how it works and how to protect yourself. Interesting... and a bit scary.
  3. abarbarian

    Ghostery

    http://www.ghostery.com/ Neat add-on, Well worth a look.
  4. http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/collusion/ It makes some really pretty patterns after you have been surfing for a while.
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