Can someone else figure out what I have done on the Internet?It is no secret that the whole Internet world is violating our on-line privacy. We may have left dozens of information for them which results in making us suffer in data leakage and identity theft. How can we be aware of and avoid it at the same time? Learn more...
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Currently, with the wide spread of computers/Internet, everybody is now having accesses to various of resources and information. Some organizations and services are even trying to figure out what people are doing on the web and they usually claim it to be some sort of "necessary gathering". Seems that our Internet privacy is on a great risk, right?
Also, you may be wondering that we are using free technology provided by those organizations/agents and enjoy all benefits it brings, so what's the matter if they get some information about us? Moreover, for services like on-line shopping, credit card, family addresses or other personal information must and should be left on the websites. Well, it is unwise to have such a "'cause we use their technology, then we are supposed to contribute something" thought.
Considering that Internet has becoming a big part of our lives, it should be important to everyone to be noted about the on-line privacy protection.
How to Stop Trackers from Following Where You're Browsing with Different Web Browsers
1. Set on the web browser.
Most web browsers may contain the setting "Tell websites I do not want to be tracked" on the "Options". Select it if you are unhappy about being traced.
2. Try powerful add-ones.
Add-ones are normal in a web browser. You can consider add some famous blocking websites add-ones like Ad block Plus, Ghostery, ScriptNo...
3. Get to know the tracking IP and block them.
There are many ways to know who and where is tracking you. You can just add those IPs into your blocking list of Windows. For example, you can open HOST file under C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc and type the IP you are interested to block into this HOST document.
4. Use "Privacy Browsing" of a web browser.
Check to see if your preferred browser has "Private Browsing" or "Privacy Browsing Mode" that you can use while browsing, or when you're logged in to social networks and other web services.
5. Cleanup browsing history time to time.
It would be bothering to do so, but you can still try it to protect your web browsing privacy.
6. Try monitoring software.
Using software with monitoring computer/Internet functions to keep being noted when a suspicious activity occurs on your computer. Most cyber criminals will track your browsing and embed virus on your computer. So, get yourself alerted when something happens.