FYI, when sharing a link, check if the following are present in the URL

utm_content
utm_medium
utm_source
utm_campaign
.( followed by random string)

These are “engagement trackers” and they can reveal your source for the URL

Consider the implications if you include them. They’re not needed for the website you’re visiting to actually show you the content

@cypnk I always wanted to write a browser extension that remove them, does one exist?

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@minirop There may be some privacy extensions that do this, but I haven't really looked. If you do plan on writing, this is a good starting point explaining what they mean:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UTM_para

You might be able to guess others if they show up and fit a similar pattern

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