5 Amazon privacy settings to change now

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Let’s face it: We give big tech companies way more info than we should or ideally prefer to happen. What we do online, what we like, where we go, and what we buy is out for the taking.You really can’t get around data-sharing, but there are steps you can take to minimize it. To start, take a look at everything Google knows. You’ll be shocked.Now it’s time to dive into your Amazon settings. Be honest, when’s the last time you clicked through these? If your answer is anything but last week, you have some work to do.Since many of these steps are on Amazon, tap or click here to sign in your Amazon account now.1. Stop Amazon from tracking your browsingAmazon tracks your browsing activity by default. The company saves your searches, including items you recently viewed and product categories you looked through.All of this information helps Amazon create targeted ads. That’s why you see products eerily similar to ones you looked up. Although your browsing history is hidden from the public, you may find this habit unsettling.Here’s how to stop Amazon from tracking your browsing activity:Log in to your account at …

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