It’s no secret everything we do online is tracked, mined and used to advertise to us. What is a secret is how to stop the tracking in its … ahem … tracks. Where you go to shut it down depends on your browser.
- If you’re using Microsoft Edge, open your advanced settings and turn on “Send Do Not Track requests.”
- In Google Chrome, choose “Privacy” in your advanced settings menu and check the box next to “Do Not Track.”
- For people using Mozilla Firefox, open “Preferences” and then select “Privacy.” Then click “manage your Do Not Track Settings” and turn on “Use Do Not Track.”
Don’t let your browser give you away; stop its tracking and keep your privacy.