Ghostery empowers consumers and businesses globally to create safer, faster, and more trusted digital experiences. Businesses rely on Ghostery MCM to speed up, clean up, and lock down their websites and apps through increased visibility and control of the digital technologies used to drive conversion and revenue. Ghostery is also the dominant provider of privacy governance services, powering compliance for more than $2 billion of advertising and e-commerce transactions annually. Key clients like Equifax, Intercontinental Hotels Group, and Operative depend on Ghostery to take their digital business from chaos to control. Ghostery is also the dominant provider of privacy governance services globally, powering compliance for more than $2 billion of advertising and e-commerce transactions annually. Founded in 2009, Ghostery is headquartered in New York City with a technology office in Salt Lake City and sales offices in London and San Francisco. The company is backed by Warburg Pincus, LLC, the global private equity fund.  
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Cliqz
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2009
Ghostery was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at Ghostery

Scott Meyer

Scott Meyer

CEO & Founder
Mark Rudolph

Mark Rudolph

Chief Revenue Officer
Todd Ruback

Todd Ruback

CPO

Ghostery Office Locations

Ghostery has offices in New York, London, San Francisco and Sandy
New York, US (HQ)
10 E 39th St
Sandy, US
Suite #100 SANDY PARK OFFICE COMPLEX 9715 SOUTH MONROE STREET
San Francisco, US
530 Howard Street, 2nd Floor
London, GB
Golden Cross House Suite 201 8 Duncannon Street

Ghostery Data and Metrics

Ghostery Summary

Founding Date

2009

Total Funding

$19 m

Investors

In total, Ghostery had raised $19 m. Ghostery is a subsidiary of Cliqz

Ghostery Operating Metrics

Feb, 2016

Active Users

10 m
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Traffic Overview of Ghostery

Ghostery Online and Social Media Presence

Ghostery News and Updates

Private search browser Cliqz buys Ghostery ad-tracker tool

 Mozilla-backed Cliqz, a German startup building an anti-tracking browser with a built-in private search feature powered by aggregated usage of its products, is acquiring the consumer assets of ad-tracker privacy tool and browser extension Ghostery. Read More

Ghostery 7 arrives with revamped user interface, account features, and tracker alerts

Ghostery today released version 7 of its free privacy browser extension. In development for six months, this version is a complete revamp, featuring the biggest user interface overhaul in five years. You can download Ghostery 7 now for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. Best known for blocking tracking tec…

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