Consumers, hardware makers and even governments have never been more concerned about spying than they are today. It's pretty much a given that most of the world's superpowers have elaborate surveillance programs in place to monitor what we do online but who else is tracking your browsing?

Studyweb recently put together a nice infographic on the topic that looks into who tracks browsing habits as well as the steps you can take to limit such activity in various browsers.

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