Nov. 16, 2023, 10:37 p.m. | /u/Joshtp152

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age

There are many ways ReCaptcha differentiates between bot and human activity, such as the way your mouse moves when you go to click that box or using your browsing history.. My question is does the Decentraleyes browser add-on prevent ReCaptcha invasion of privacy? Decentraleyes is well received for it's anti-tracking capabilities and i would assume ReCaptcha's "data harvesting" would fall under that category-- at least with the cookies.

Could someone with more wisdom on Decentraleyes, cookies, tracking, or ReCaptcha enlighten …

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