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What private browsing does—and doesn’t—do to shield you from prying eyes online

31 Jul 2020

Private browsing sounds like it’s keeping all your browsing and data private—but its name is misleading.

Many people look for more privacy when they browse the web by using their browsers in privacy-protecting modes, called “Private Browsing” in Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Apple Safari; “Incognito” in Google Chrome; and “InPrivate” in Microsoft Edge.


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