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  1. Thank you so much!! I have plenty of anti-virus, malware protection and a VPN. I really wish everyone out here with me in layperson land would understand that cookies are no longer simple files to target advertising. Mozilla Firefox won't even function if you disable it's cookies in your Firefox browser settings... and then there's location data collection. Fedex.com won't even let you use their client rating tools unless you allow Adobe Flash to capture your location for Fedex. They really do seem to be bundled together. At some point, we have to realize that the excuse that the software is free to us and has to be paid for in some way - is an excuse that has been left behind by the marketing of our data without any remuneration to us or permission from us. Maybe someday CCleaner will program up to the level where it can bring visibility to those who would track our activity on-line and sell it. Thanks again!!
  2. I don't want to use any of the 'advanced' features on this latest upgrade. I airgap and limit my "internet PC's" exposure... But, I really liked seeing how many trackers were removed each time I ran CCleaner Professional. Please restore this critical feature. It lets me know how vicious the data collection going on around me actually is... and how well my Google dominated Firefox browser plus add-ons are doing to remove/block the trackers. If I am not going to be paid for the data I generate, I want to know the level/degree of exploitation occurring around me. When Google took over Mozilla it destroyed their tracker observation tool called Collusion. They removed the audio alert feature, obscured the diagrams with a worthless dashboard, and re-named it Lightbeam. The big corps do NOT want us to know how much surveillance we are enduring because they do not want us to start demanding that our privacy be respected. The trackers removed count made me think CCleaner was on our side.
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