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Re: Browser Fingerprinting

On 2020-04-17 05:33, Emanuel Berg wrote:
> Boruch Baum wrote:
> > fingerprinting can only happen when the client either
> > voluntarily puts fingerprinting data in HTTP GET/POST
> > requests [...] AFAICT, neither emacs-w3m nor w3m
> > do either.
> C-h v w3m-add-user-agent RET
>     w3m-add-user-agent is a variable defined in ‘w3m.el’.
>     Its value is nil
>     Original value was t
>     Documentation:
>     Non-nil means add the User-Agent field to the request header.
>     The value of ‘w3m-user-agent’ is used for the field body.

And thus? Oh, maybe you're confusing user-agent strings with
fingerprinting? They're very different concepts. I gave several
examples of fingerprinting data elements in my original e-mail.
Otherwise, I don't understand what point you're trying to make.

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