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By Rob Bailey-Millado. July 18, pm Updated July 18, pm. Facebook, Google and Oracle cloud are secretly tracking the porn you watch, according to a new joint study from Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Pennsylvania. Researchers investigated 22, sex sites using a handy tool called webXray , which exposes tracking tools funneling data back to third parties. They might also use what they have decided about these interests for marketing or building a consumer profile. Read Next.
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Incognito or nah? Google and Facebook are tracking the porn you watch

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Facebook and Google are keeping tabs on what porn you're watching, study says

According to a new study, conducted by researchers at Carnegie Mellon, the University of Pennsylvania and Microsoft, that Facebook, Google and Oracle are tracking what porn is being consumed by their users. Even if a person were to enter into 'incognito mode' on their browser, meaning that their results were supposedly not being tracked, they still were, the researchers found. If you thought Facebook and Google were creepy with how much they know about you — think again.
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Facebook, Google, and Oracle are tracking the porn you watch, according to a new study first spotted by The New York Times. Researchers from Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Pennsylvania analyzed 22, pornography sites using a tool called webXray to identify tracking tools feeding data back to third parties. That translates to roughly 16, sites with Google trackers, 5, with Oracle, and 2, for Facebook. According to the paper, even enabling "incognito" mode on a browser was no defense, as even though such users' actions aren't stored in their history, the data still trickles out to these third parties. The researchers warn that the highly sensitive nature of data leaking out of people's internet use is cause for concern.
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