TheGoodData Alternatives

    TheGoodData is described as 'helps you browse the web anonymously by blocking thousands of trackers that watch your online activity'. There are more than 10 alternatives to TheGoodData for a variety of platforms, including Firefox, Google Chrome, Online / Web-based, Mac and Windows. The best alternative is Privacy Badger, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like TheGoodData are Ghostery (Freemium), Disconnect (Paid, Open Source), Tinfoil for Facebook (Free, Open Source) and CSS Exfil Protection (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Apr 8, 2021

    1. Privacy Badger is a browser-add on tool that analyzes sites to detect and disallow content that tracks you in an objectionable, non-consensual manner.
      • FreemiumProprietary
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Android
      • iPhone
      • Android Tablet
      • iPad
      • Microsoft Edge
      • Vivaldi Browser
      • Google Chrome
      • Safari
      • Yandex.Browser
      • Opera
      • Firefox
      Ghostery sees the invisible web - tags, web bugs, pixels and beacons. Ghostery tracks the trackers and gives you a roll-call of the ad networks, behavioral data providers, web publishers, and other companies interested in your activity.
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    2. Disconnect was founded in 2011 by former Google engineers and a consumer- and privacy-rights attorney. We develop award-winning, user-friendly privacy and security software in San Francisco, California.
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    3. Tinfoil for Facebook is for those users that require a Tinfoil Hat when logging in to Facebook. It creates a sandbox for Facebook's mobile site in order to protect your privacy and to avoid the ability others to track your browsing history.

      Discontinued

      The project is no longer updated and the app is no longer available on the Google Play Store. Last version, 1.7.6, released in February 2017, can be still downloaded from GitHub and F-Droid.

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    4. Guard your browser against CSS Exfil attacks! CSS Exfil is a method attackers can use to steal data from web pages using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). This plugin sanitizes and blocks any CSS rules which may be designed to steal data.


    5. Who is peeking over your shoulder while you work, watch videos, learn, explore, and shop on the internet? Enter the address of any website, and Blacklight will scan it and reveal the specific user-tracking technologies on the site—and who’s getting your data.
    6. Trace is an open source web extension which has been built from the ground up to be an easy privacy toolkit for the browser. An extension to stop multiple advanced tracking techniques employed by websites all over the web.
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    7. Block requests with URL match patterns.

      Match patterns are WebExtensions built-in format to specify groups of URLs.
      See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Add-ons/WebExtensions/Match_patterns.
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    8. A free analysis tool to check if a website is disguising third-party trackers as first-party trackers. What is this all about?
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • Windows Mobile
      • iPhone
      • iPad
      • Firefox
      Social networking sites like Facebook, Google+, and Twitter can track your visits to any web page that uses the familiar "Like", "Follow", or "+1" buttons, even if you do not actually click these buttons.
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