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Daily Dashboard | DuckDuckGo browser allows Microsoft trackers, per agreement Related reading: Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, placing other privacy rights in question

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DuckDuckGo browser intentionally allows Microsoft trackers on third-party websites, Bleeping Computer reports. This is due to an agreement between DuckDuckGo and Microsoft for their syndicated search content. Instead of creating a user profile that would display interest-based advertisements, DuckDuckGo presents contextual ads from partners, such as Ads by Microsoft. Microsoft ads could potentially track a user IP address if the ad link is clicked on. The browser allowed trackers for Bing and LinkedIn domains but blocked all others.
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