I’ve been running Pi-hole, the “black hole for Internet advertisements” for a while now. It started out as an excuse to get a Raspberry Pi, but I consider this a somewhat important security appliance now. One of the nice things about Pi-hole is, like Ghostery, it’s easy to see what’s being blocked. Unlike Ghostery, though, it works for the entire network. So things like the Xbox and smart TV are included. For example, I noticed that TCL TVs track what you’re watching even if you “Limit ad tracking”.
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