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When browsing, users are consistently tracked by parties whose business builds on the value of collected data. The privacy implications are serious. Consumers and corporates do worry about the information they unknowingly expose to the outside world, and they claim for mechanisms to curb this leakage. Existing countermeasures to web tracking either base on hostname blacklists whose origin is impossible to know and must be continuously updated. This paper presents a novel, unsuperviseddoi:10.1109/glocom.2014.7417499 dblp:conf/globecom/MetwalleyTM15 fatcat:iujhqngl2zbsxdldb45bshrk5m