Could you tell me if I understand addons fingerprint right.
If I go to the website, it (or trackers) knows that user xxx (me) uses addon called yyy, is it correct or not?
Other considerations outside the question:
There are 25 addons on first page of most popular Mozilla addons. Last one (YouTube High Definition) has about 131 300 users. This is very small number by the way for one of top 25 uses!
If we assume that I would like to use Linux (2% of population as per statistics) it would mean that statistically I am one of 2626 users (2% from 131300?
Now, lets say I am leaving in the country with 70 mln citizens. As per statistics 4.48 billion people has internet access in the world (some may have a couple devices, some less than one, not sure how it is counted, but it’s not the point, let’s assume it’s correct value).
So, my language is used by 1,56 % of internet population. Let’s even say it is 2%.
Now I start to go to the sites in my local language. Statistically, I am in
2% out of 2626 is 52,5 (because I use this language).
So, based on the fact that I am using Linux+this add+go to make me so unique (even under VPN)?