We rely on Ghostery users who opt-in to share their anonymous information about the data collection technologies they see, and where they see them. We take that information, add our analysis, and sell it to companies to help them audit and manage their relationships with these marketing and advertising technologies. None of the information we share is about our users nor is it stored in a way that could be used to trace back to our users. You’re opted out of sharing your data by default, meaning you can use Ghostery without sharing anything with us if you'd prefer. (But please opt-in. It is how we keep Ghostery free and continue to make it the best tool out there!)
- How does Ghostery work?
- How is using the browser extension different from blocking cookies?
- Does Ghostery work in any browser?
- Does Ghostery work on mobile devices?
- How does Ghostery know if a company is tracking me?
- How do I know that’s really all you collect?
- How do I find out which company the tracker belongs to?
- What data does Ghostery collect when I opt-in to share my data?
- What data is collected and how it is used when I create an account?
- If I opted in to share my data with Ghostery is that data connected with my account?
- Do I have to create an account to use Ghostery?
- Is Ghostery really free?
- How many trackers does Ghostery have?
- How do I configure the settings for the new Ghostery 6.0?