We all leave digital footprints when we are online. And many people are aware data are collected  by global corporations, but not exactly how and why. It’s understandable if you’ve given up resistance. Activate privacy is here to information about where and when you share your data, and a  inform about alternative services with better data ethics.    

Activateprivacy.com is your way to find simple tips for better online privacy. 

How do private search engines make money?

If you want to use a private search engine, one of the question that often is askes is “How do they make money?”. There various ways a search engine can keep you privacy and make money. See the comparison chart and learn more about private search engines.

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Features of private search engines

You might think you’ll lose some features when you start using a private search engine, but there are actually a number of search engines with many great features that let you search in private. See the comparison chart and learn more about private search engines.

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Think before you post

Humans can be impulsive. We post without thinking, and occasionally regret it. It’s our responsibility to help everyone think first, especially our children, before posting.

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How to block cookies

You can easily block cookies to protect your privacy, but some cookies are required to let websites work properly. Here is an easy way to block the bad cookies.

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What are cookies?

Cookies are delicious snacks, especially with coffee or tea. Except when they are on the internet! So, what exactly are digital cookies?

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Review your Facebook Activity Log

Every action that you have ever taken inside Facebook or using one of its apps or social media buttons on websites has been logged. Take some time to review your Facebook history and delete anything you don’t want others to have access to.

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Protect your kids online

Help your child use the internet safely, and limit how much information big-data analysts can purchase from advertising companies to stop them building an accurate and detailed profile about your child.

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