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Go Incognito

incognitoIt’s sometimes a two-edged sword, this privacy thing. We benefit from a HUGE amount of FREE online services from a wide variety of sources, but at the expense of being exposed to marketing and advertising.  Targeted marketing and advertising.  “And how do they target?” you might ask.  By tracking your online travels via cookies and other methods.

Sometimes you want to forgo some of the ‘conveniences’ made incog_iconpossible by tracking — or perhaps you’re just borrowing a friend’s PC or tablet and don’t want him seeing what you did or where you went: hop over to “incognito” mode – all the major browers offer it under various names.

Here’s Google’s quick reference on their version
(click the pick for a quick trip to the full post):

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