Blockchain forensics enables unprecedented surveillance into people’s financial lives, with profound implications for privacy rights. Sophisticated chain analysis tools can de-anonymize users and map entire transaction histories, often without accountability, transparency, or contestability.
This level of invasive tracking should deeply concern those who care about privacy. However, it is unclear how accurate many of these tools are.
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