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That's not

really true. It depends on who is trying to target you. If it's the government then if you connect through an ISP that knows who you are (like ATT, Comcast, etc.) then that ISP knows your IP address at all times, whether static or dynamic. That means the government can track everything you do if they want to, like they did and are probably still doing here:

https://www.eff.org/nsa-spying

Now if you're talking about a website operator, like the Daily Paul, tracking you then yes it's true a changing IP address makes it harder for that site to track you (but there are still other things they can do) since they won't typically have access to ISP records like the Feds.