My question arises from the quote on the website: “Modern web browsers have not been architected to assure personal web privacy. Rather than worrying about being fingerprinted, it seems more practical to use free software plugins like Privacy Badger and uBlock Origin. They not only respect your freedom, but your privacy also. You can get much further with these than trying to manipulate your browser’s fingerprint.”.
Is this saying that we should not care about being fingerprinted as long as we block trackers with uBlock and Privacy Badger?
This may sound a stupid question but bare with me: who uses my fingerprint to track me, tracking hosts right? So if I block trackers I should be safe even if my fingerprint is unique (or almost unique).
And if any tracker “escapes” uBO and PB then the best thing would be to change my fingerprint all the time so that I’m always “someone else”, Chameleon sounds good for this.
I’m sorry if my thoughts are flawed, what do you guys think?