Facebook and Google are keeping tabs on which po*n you’re watching, study says.
According to a new study, conducted at Carnegie Mellon, the University of Pennsylvania and Microsoft, that Facebook, Google and Oracle are tracking what po*n is being consumed by their users.
- Even if you enter into ‘incognito mode’ on your browser, meaning that your results were supposedly not being tracked, they still were.
- If you thought Google and Facebook were creepy with how much they know about you, think again.
- Facebook, Google and Oracle are keeping tabs on what po*n you are watching.
- Facebook and Google are using a tool known as webXray, a tracking tool that sends data back to third parties.
- The study, which looked at 22,484 sex-related sites, was completed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon, the University of Pennsylvania and Microsoft.
- Google had trackers on 74 per cent of the sites, Oracle had trackers on 24 per cent and Facebook tracked 10 per cent, according to the research.
- Both Google and Facebook denied the results of the study when Fox News asked about it.
By: Abhinav Ranjan, Editorial Desk, DKODING Media