I know that I use Incognito mode from time to time. And while I’m not going to ask you what you’ve used it for, I’m going to assume you’ve used it, too. It serves a purpose, but here’s what it doesn’t do: Make you invisible. And that’s coming straight from Google.
Incognito mode is part of your Chrome browser — so, yup, it’s a Google product. And a U.S. judge recently allowed a $5 billion class-action lawsuit against Google to go to trial. Because even when you use Incognito mode, Google collects and sells your data and makes a fortune off it. And, according to them, that should be already clear to you.
Was it clear to you?
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