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Ironic isn't it?
Thus, the article is written only for the purpose of profiteering on the current increased concerns of online tracking. It doesn't try to resolve the issue even a little.
For real computers, you can just use VMs, and connect through VPNs. You can have as many as you like, limited only by RAM. Or use burner phones, if you must do mobile.
Do you honestly believe that tracking will become illegal in the US? Or even if technically illegal, effectively policed? As, for example. robocalling is?