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# **Weborama** (weborama.fr)
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> “Weborama specializes in creating and delivering targeted online ads.” – [Source](http://www.weborama.com/e-privacy/our-commitment/)

![Weborama: data obsessed](/trackers/weborama.fr/weborama.png)
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## Ethical design violations

  * Tracker

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## Block rule

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**Block domain** weborama.fr

```mson
- trigger:
	- url-filter: weborama.fr
	- load-type: third-party
- action:
	- type: block
```

## Prevalence

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**Moderate:** found on 0.6% of surveyed sites (25 instances observed).
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## Notes

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  * “Weborama identifies the content, services and products that are most likely to match the interest of specific user groups according to their browsing history.” [Source](http://www.weborama.com/e-privacy/our-commitment/)
  * “Weborama collects anonymous user navigation data via a network of several thousands of partner websites. These websites make it possible for Weborama to store cookies on users’ browsers to allow for their anonymous identification and tracking over the Internet. Navigation data collected by Weborama only includes non-personally identifiable information (NPII) such as URL pages, software equipment, keywords used for searching, geographic location (at state or city level), and advertising interaction history.” [Source](http://www.weborama.com/e-privacy/our-commitment/)