Your internet service provider, search engine, law enforcement agencies and possibly (if browsing at work) your employer, will still be able to see which sites you have visited or keywords you have searched for.
(Comcast will still know when you view adult content, even if Chrome forgets.) The technology to get around the providers is complicated.You probably already know that companies like use your data to target their ads.There are a number of tools, including Privacy Badger and Disconnect, that prevent advertisers from tracking your activity.The resolution now goes to President Trump's desk, and the White House said Tuesday it "strongly supports" the repeal.The information in question includes everything from where you are to what you're looking at online.However, some are used to track your browsing habits so that they can target advertising at you, or by criminals to build a profile of your interests and activities with a view to fraud.Safe Use of Browsers The most common internet browsers enable you to manage your settings such as allowing and blocking selected websites, blocking pop ups and browsing in private.Preventing Identity Theft Your identity is precious. Firewalls What a firewall is, and how it protects your computer.Searching the Internet Search the Internet safely with our simple advice. When you use the internet, your browser (for example Internet Explorer, Opera, Chrome, Safari or Firefox) keeps a record of which sites you have visted in its 'history'.Closing the browser does not necessarily log you out.Ensure you have effective and updated antivirus/antispyware software and firewall running before you go online.