Michael wrote:There are usually three pieces of information that I look at to assist me to identify trackers.
- The name of the item. Many trackers have names that are either self explanatory or indicate a tracking project that may be researched online.
- Third party domains. In the majority of cases tracking scripts are located on a third party domain which may be researched and, if necessary, blocked.
- Item source code. Although not possible with objects, the source code may reference the collection of personal data and therefore lead us to block the item.