It’s extremely important today in the world of SEO to leverage linked open data, because it gives context into our webpages in a way that a machine can understand. Just because people can understand it, it doesn’t always mean that the machine is going to gather the right understanding. This is what allows us to set that context on our website to ensure that the search engines understand our meaning and that we can earn those enhanced search results.
By switching to one of these privacy-focused browsers, you can fight back against Big Tech data harvesting by blocking ads and trackers. Not only does this protect your privacy but it often gives you a much faster and smoother user experience.
Check out the list of private web browsers below and be sure to encourage others to use them too.
- Tor Browser
- Pale Moon
- Beaker Browser
DuckDuckGo announces plans to block FLoC, Google’s new way of tracking users’ web browsing activity in Chrome.
DuckDuckGo finds it especially concerning that getting tracked via FLoC is not optional – all Chrome users are automatically opted into it.
“We’re disappointed that, despite the many publicly voiced concerns with FLoC that have not yet been addressed, Google is already forcing FLoC upon users without explicitly asking them to opt in. We’re nevertheless committed and will continue to do our part to deliver on our vision of raising the standard of trust online.”
Meet the next big thing in crypto: Data Unions. Data Unions are acting as a bridge between Web2 and Web3, helping to convert data from the tech giants into Web3 assets. This will be a massive win for the Web3 space, as the largest digitally native asset in the world – information – floods into the space and starts to get traded and even financialised.