Gizmodo reports U.S.-based security firm Disconnect released its "Do Not Track Kids" tool, which provides children's privacy education while simultaneously blocking online tracking of minors. The application can be installed on a device to immediately block the trackers from third-party apps and those sent to email inboxes while also blocking cryptocurrency miners. The app also encrypts and filters domain name systems to shield from telecommunications and internet service provider tracking. Disconnect CEO Casey Oppenheim said tracking aims to "influence your behavior" and "that’s really sinister" in the context of kids.
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