states such as California and Vermont are doing. But regardless of your current location, the real question is how much you are willing to let this tracking and profiling go on. For better online privacy in the Pumpkin Patch of the internet, it is your choice to send these trackers two distinct messages:
1. Don’t follow me. Block out trackers as well as ads and malicious URLs with Avira Browser Safety. You also might want to try Privacy Badger from EFF.org. The critical idea here is to know what trackers are following you and then have the choice — and ability — to block them.
2. You can’t see me. Use a VPN to put your online activity into an encrypted envelope. This gives you much greater security and privacy when using a public WiFi and also keeps your ISP from easily reading and mining your online activity.