I use a script blocker, and I noticed that one of my blacklisted scripts I block (facebook) is being used on the store.level1techs website. But you always hear on their news podcast that they advocate for privacy. This really put a sour taste in my mouth after learning of the hypocrisy.
I looked at all the network transfers and I only see our images, and squarespace. No tracking scripts.
There is a schema definition from facebook, because they invented that, but that’s not what you think it is if you think the schema definition there is doing anything. Having that there is not even like the argument about using google fonts, which they probably aren’t doing much if any IP tracking on, but that would for sure not be “script based tracking”
The schema file is “this is the definition of the things that are valid in this html document” and your browser doesn’t load or do anything with that url, let alone execute code from it.
To be fair, i have these blocked as well, once upon a time, and since most sites dont really break, it stays blocked.
Then I learned about fingerprinting, which pretty much negates all the steps and addons I have taken in the browser for the sake of privacy. After all, only the privacy weirdo stands alone among the flock of kneeling sheep.
TLDR: Online privacy is dead and I stopped worrying and loved the bomb.