Teenagers have come up with elaborated schemes to share instagram accounts and produce obfuscating data, in order to look at whatever they want to look at without being tracked individually.
»Each time she refreshed the Explore tab, it was a completely different topic, none of which she was interested in. That’s because Mosley wasn’t the only person using this account — it belonged to a group of her friends, at least five of whom could be on at any given time. Maybe they couldn’t hide their data footprints, but they could at least leave hundreds behind to confuse trackers.« Alfred Ng on Cnet.com
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