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Let’s be honest: There’s probably a few things you’ve been looking at online that you don’t want anyone to know about. Whether you’re secretly searching for a gift for someone who uses your computer, planning a surprise event, or just looking at websites you’d prefer to keep to yourself, there are plenty of reasons to want to keep your web history in the shadows.There a few different ways of doing this, and they all depend on who it is you want to hide your history from. But here’s the thing: The websites you visit in private browsing modes can still be tied back to you. Even if the people on your computer can’t see which websites you’ve been visiting, your Internet provider–and the websites you’re visiting–can.



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