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Linux Journal: Zap Annoyances on the Web [Parts I & II]

May 03, 2004, 11:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Frank Merenda)

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From Part I:

"Surfing the Web is something most of us do daily. At home I am on a dial-up connection, and I'm constantly looking for ways to make my browsing experience more efficient and to protect my privacy while on-line. The approach I describe here allows you to stop many ads, images, Web bugs and pop-up windows. In case you are not familiar with Web bugs, they are small graphics included on a Web site or in an e-mail that are used to track who is reading. Whether you are on a dial-up connection or a high-speed connection, the tools presented in this article are guaranteed to make your on-line browsing experience more enjoyable and to protect your personal habits from nosy marketers..."

Complete Story (Part I)

Complete Story (Part II)

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