How you're still tracked in
You may have tried your browser's “private” mode,
but have you read the fine print?
Things like cookies and history are deleted when you close out,
but there are
plenty of other ways
, like through your IP Address.
Search engines can still
record your searches
and your internet provider can still see which sites you visit.
So, even though YOU can't see your past activity,
rest of the internet
Which means, advertisers can still
based on your activity,
which they use to
show targeted ads
that follow you around the web.
Also, all of this info
can be requested by the government
Which renders “private” browsing pretty ineffective
So, “private” browsing or not, your activity is still monitored
unless you use services that don't track you by default
like DuckDuckGo for search.
“distinguishes itself with a ‘We do not track or bubble you!’ policy.”
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