On digital privacy, Part 3: Making the Web usable in 2022 and beyond

The Web has come a long way since the days of AOL and Netscape in the late ’90s. We now have websites that can responsively adapt their design to suit the device they’re being viewed on, collect metrics, and more. And yet, there’s the dark side of the advancements–ads that can circumvent ad-blockers, fingerprinting, and …

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