The last time we recommended you to pay attention privacy-wise to the device you’re accessing the internet with. Here’s a little reasoning about that. Whether you’re accessing the internet from a browser, an app or let’s say a game, your moves are logged by someone. First of all by your Internet Service Provider, be it landline or mobile. It knows when you are connecting, which sites you use, which services and from where. And it might have the capability to effectively "inspect" your entire traffic. Second in line are the operators of the internet services you use. Regardless of them being websites, webapps or mere servers with a special purpose, if they are not specifically set-up to be anonymous, they have a log and they count you as a user through various means, one of them being the previously mentioned cookies. Now, through these means your “trajectory” on the internet can be and is determined by any party interested in you. And there are many. Because, in the end, you are valuable to them. From the things you do on the internet, what you see, what you visit, what you buy, you are worth an amount of money. You are being profiled and you are being predicted by statistical means. And the bad news is that for the future, chances are that things can get even worse in terms of anonymity.