In this age of personalized ads and online user profiling, we are understandably concerned about the digital tracks we are leaving behind. Your browsing and search habits get collected, cataloged, analyzed and you become a statistic – an alphanumeric code to be processed by an algorithm.This cross-platform, cross-device tracking seems to follow us everywhere and it always feels like somebody’s watching you.Web tracking is not necessarily always a bad thing but your data or profile may fall into the wrong hands, like cybercriminals or stalkers, and your privacy may be compromised, or worse, someone can steal your identity.You might be using your web browser’s incognito or private mode to clear your browsing sessions but this does not eliminate cookies nor would it keep websites from tracking you.I found a service that will go beyond your web browsers’ private modes and will keep your browsing and search activity from being tracked by untrusted entities.
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