How to know if you are being tracked by email

spy mail

Companies that send their offers or promotions of services through mailing (mass mailing of messages), track your emails with a code to know not only if you opened them, but also what you do on the Internet. Spy tracking is activated in your browser in and out of Gmail to get to know you better and even receive your location or connection time, a marketing strategy that can violate your privacy on the network. We recommend some extensions to know if they track you with the email and prevent it from happening.

Companies that send their offers or promotions of services through mailing (mass mailing of messages), track your emails with a code to know not only if you opened them, but also what you do on the Internet. Spy tracking is activated in your browser in and out of Gmail to get to know you better and even receive your location or connection time, a marketing strategy that can violate your privacy on the network. We recommend some extensions to know if they track you with the email and prevent it from happening.

What do I do to avoid being tracked in the mail? List of best anti-email tracking softwares

1. Ugly Email: extension of Gmail that adds an icon in the form of an eye to emails with hidden tracking codes. It functions as an alert but should be downloaded along with another locking extension for greater efficiency.

2. Light beam: Controls who and how you track your data in Firefox in graphical form daily, weekly, monthly, by schedule or by the list of visited sites. It is the evolution of the Collusion pilot complement.

3. PixelBlock: it shows how many tracking attempts were installed on your browser, as well as providing the source that sent the code to block it to neutralize its action.

4. Privacy Badger: extension to stop the crawling of cookies that do not respect your browser settings, adding the blocking of ads that come to your screen with embedded codes.

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