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.
When you install apps, ‘like’ a web page, or use Facebook to log into websites, you let them harvest your Facebook profile information. Take control of your online privacy and change these Facebook settings today.
Advertisers can use any action you take within Facebook or when using a Facebook app to target you with ads. See what Facebook knows about you right now, and stop advertisers from accessing this information.
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.
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.
People become more concerned about how their online information is collected and used. The NCSA recommends these tips to consumers and businesses to safeguard their privacy