Tracking users and privacy is a big deal, especially this year, where there've been eye-popping news about what certain apps (we're looking at you, Path) do to your information. Even worse, the corporations who should know better aren't really going the opposite direction. For one, at times they're the ones tracking you and invading your privacy.
Ooohh. If that isn't a burn on the Big G, we don't know what is. Seems upfront enough, right? The company has you install a plug-in for Chrome that gives users control over their privacy by stopping sites from tracking their browsing the web. Their mission is to "put you back in charge and let you decide who does what with your online data" because companies are "taking, analyzing, and auctioning off things like the history of webpages you go to and searches you do, without even telling you."
If you value you and your family's privacy, you'll give Disconnect.me a shot.