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Tech companies, especially internet giants and browser makers, are prioritizing their customer’s privacy. Privacy is now the public’s main concern these days, especially as there have been several issues in the past wherein data of thousands of people were either leaked or stolen or even sold on the Dark Web.
(Photo : Pixabay)You can improve your privacy online regardless of what browser you use.
Improve Your Privacy
To build the trust of their clients, companies, such as Google, are trying to improve the security they could provide. Nowadays, people are also more careful with the products they choose and would often go for a browser that they believe is most secure.
Nevertheless, it seems like what they do will not prevent invasive ads from getting your information or tracking your movement online, according to a CNET report.
The ultimate goal is to gather as much information from your activities online to create the perfect client profile that would allow these companies to offer a more accurate ad that will bring them more profit.
There are different ways to ensure your privacy online, such as changing your default search engine to something that wouldn’t track your searches.
You can also disable …
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