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Chrome Private browsing doesn’t protect your privacy. Are we doomed?

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What? But I thought that was the whole purpose of Chrome private browsing mode, Incognito.

That’s actually what everybody thought. But it turns out Incognito mode doesn’t keep you that private after all. It’s more like a hideout from your work colleagues or family, because the ISP can still see all the websites you’ve lusciously browsed, along with your boss and government.

Did you know that your Internet Service Provider (a.k.a. ISP) can see your entire browsing history and online traffic? Unless you hide your IP and use confirmed privacy solution, you stand no chance to keep your online life private. Read More

Avoid Being Tracked Online: 3 Super-Easy Things You Can Start Doing Today

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You’re being tracked online and you know it. Whether it’s Google, Facebook, or your favourite blog, there’s virtually no place on the Internet where you’re not assaulted by ads tailored to your browsing behaviour.

It seems inescapable, doesn’t it? And you’ve probably been told that it actually is and you might as well just give up trying to do anything about it. Or go live in the woods.

CyberGhost is here to tell you there is still hope:) Online tracking is not inescapable and if you’re just looking for some peace and quiet on the Internet, it’s also pretty simple.

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