'Spy pixels in emails have become endemic'

Email app Hey reveals that two-thirds of the messages it handles contain the hidden trackers.


This is a email client problem, not a email problem. Just disable images in your client, or anything that automaticly loads for that matter.


On Android, I use an app called fairemail which blocks tracking pixel by default. It’s also just very good in general.


The world is fucked. Anyway, I always tell my email client to not load html elements.

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