Tracking is rife on the Internet, all 100% of websites in the Top 100 carry out tracking. In fact three sites in the Top 100 are trackers / advertising [1], that given the choice you wouldn't willingly visit:

CookiePedia shows that on average 17 cookies are dropped to your computer each site you visit, with only the minority (9%) actually being useful for functionality and use of the website. [2]

1: June 2016 Alexa had,, in top 100

2: Stats taken from CookiePedia on 28 July 2016

Why should I care? I have nothing to hide.

How would you feel if one day you searched for chest pain. Then after being bombarded with adverts for fake medicines, you find your medical insurance is invalidated because you're at risk of having a heart attack and failed to disclose the information to your insurer.[3]

Does it sound too far fetched that tracking companies would sell details to insurance companies? Well the technology already exists for this level of privacy invasion.

3: Similar to example shown at beginning of Terms and Conditions May Apply

Fighting back against Tracking

NoTrack is a network-wide tracker blocker. You can install it on a small lightweight Linux computer, e.g. a Raspberry Pi. It sink-holes requests for known tracking domains, and prevents all your systems from being tracked.
Currently the list sits at over 10,000 known tracking domains.

Complete transparency

Do you want to see what your computers are actually doing on the Internet? NoTrack comes with an easy-to-use Web based Admin tool can show you exactly what DNS requests have been made on your network, and whether the request was blocked.

It can block ads too

The process of blocking trackers also blocks many ad sites too.
I have also provided you the option of adding other block lists, such as: uBlock EasyList.

Installing NoTrack

NoTrack works best on a small lightweight system, e.g. a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian Lite. You can also use it on your main Desktop / Laptop too.