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AmIUnique and the fight against online tracking with browser fingerprinting

Project team DiverSe, Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique -

Today, the web is evolving at an amazing pace with a richer, more personal and more interactive user experience. Nevertheless, modern browser technologies, which provide the beauty and power of the web, also provide a darker side, a rich ecosystem of exploitable data that can be used to build unique browser fingerprints. With AmIUnique, we aim at discovering the diversity of devices connected to the web through fingerprinting to design smart defenses against unwanted online tracking.


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Privacy on the internet

Nataliia Bielova at the European Parliament

Sébastien Trotignon - 11/09/2017

Nobody is safe on the Internet: commercial websites are constantly using ingenious ways in which they track, profile and identify users. While European Parliament is discussing these problems in scope of the ePrivacy Regulation, Nataliia Bielova, an expert in the subject and a researcher at the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre, was invited to present the work of the two project-teams Indes and Privatics, during an event devoted to ePrivacy .


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