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Companies track you online for many reasons, a lot of them well-intentioned. Online tracking is often used to serve you better content, show you ads for things you are likely to be interested in, or relevant or localized news or weather updates, and so on. All this generally improves your online experience. But online tracking also, of course, underpins the online ad economy. Most free websites make money by selling ads and the most successful ads tend to be targeted. Advertising tracking cookies and other tools companies determine which ads perform the best, as well as which ads to include in other digital and email marketing campaigns while this is often incredibly convenient, it raises important questions about digital privacy and the online tracking techniques can also able be used nefarious purpose. Aside from malware and cybercrime, there are also border issues of privacy. The fact that your information can be tracked and collected by so many different companies makes your data more vulnerable to exposure and theft, which could increase the chance of identity theft.

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