DuckDuckGo: Why our browsers won’t block Microsoft trackers

DuckDuckGo promises privacy to users of its Android, iOS browsers, and macOS browsers – yet it allows certain data to flow from third-party websites to Microsoft-owned services. Security researcher Zach Edwards recently conducted an audit of DuckDuckGo’s mobile browsers and found that, contrary to expectations, they do not block Meta’s Workplace domain, for example, from sending information to Microsoft’s Bing and LinkedIn domains.

Link: DuckDuckGo: Why our browsers won’t block Microsoft trackers
via http://www.theregister.com

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