I've read an article about third-party-cookies which explained that in Google Chrome disabling third-party-cookies will not stop the browser from sending third-party-cookies. So when I visit Facebook every day and get first-party-cookies from them, they can still track me in the internet although I've disabled third-party-cookies.
At first I couldn't believe that, but I have checked the HTTP-headers and the cookies were sent to Facebook. Firefox doesn't send third-party-cookies.
What can I do about it? Is a trackingblocker like Ghostery the only way to protect myself from being tracked?