How to effectively deal with current online privacy threats? It is basic concern.
You have a number of choices on how to fight back, one site to research such stuff is the EFF - Electronic Frontier Foundation - https://www.eff.org/
1) Use EFF's Privacy Badger extension in your browser to break 'tracking' links
2) Use an adblocker to prevent Google and the other big advert vendors tracking you
3) Use a browser that builds in tracking blocking (e.g. Firefox)
These are easier to do on macOS / Windows / Linux than on Android or iOS of course.
To mitigate your ISP tracking you, ensure all websites you use are HTTPS, and that your browser uses DNS -over-HTTPS. Alternatively use a VPN, there are good comments about NordVPN.
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