| By Mark Edwards |
Protecting your privacy is becoming more difficult with each passing day.
Google and other service providers may be recording your Web surfing, but you can easily configure your system to protect against such tracking.
Google Analytics can track your Web history
As you probably know, Google provides a variety of services beyond its search engine. One of those services, Google Analytics, is designed to help Web site operators track “where your visitors come from and how they interact with your site.”
From a Webmaster’s perspective, Google Analytics isn’t much different than many other Web tracking tools that are available. However, there are two major problems with third-party tracking services.