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    John commented  · 

    > There's very little support for this idea and it's an essential defence. Incognito mode plus VPN is your best bet if you're really worried about tracking.

    Thanks for the response. I'm reluctant to run [yet more] google code in my browser. Even behind a vpn and in incognito mode, javascript leaks a lot to them. They are proving to be bad actors and I'm minimising my exposure to them. Not easy.

    There may be more support for the idea if you responded in this thread rather than privately. Possibly there would be a conversation about it. :-)

    Anyway, thanks for hibp, it was a great resource, but if there was a way to keep google out of it, that would be great.

    I don't mean to sound huffy, you do great work. - J

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    John commented  · 

    When I am notified of a breach and do a DomainSearch, recaptcha blocks further use.

    I understand the need to keep bots out, however recaptcha has dark patterns. The kevv.net link explains it well.

    I would like to see my domain's exposure, but I do not want google to violate my privacy.

    Is there a way of not using recaptcha here?

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