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(KTVI) – So is there a way to track who’s watching you as you surf the internet?  There’s is starting Friday.

Software company Mozilla is rolling out a new tool that allows you to see companies that are tracking your every movement online.

It’s called “Lightbeam” and Mozilla says you can install the program add-on to its Firefox program.

Mozilla says everyone who browses the internet leaves a digital trail used by advertisers to discover what your interest are.

If you activate Lightbeam, you will be able to see every third-party that is active on all the sites you visit, including commercial organization which might potentially be sharing your data.