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It’s happened to all of us. We see an item on Amazon we are interested in, we go back to see it again (or purchase it) and the price has gone up.read more
The term “antivirus” does NOT mean virus free. It simply describes software that is designed to detect and destroy computer viruses. The best antivirus program just makes your device virus resistant, NOT virus proof.read more
They told you to use Incognito mode to browse privately. For over 10 years, unbeknownst to you, your most personal browsing was shared with the largest data gatherer of them all. Now those “experts” are telling you that you can be secure and private using a virtual private network (VPN).read more
News Blog & PressMicrosoft Throws in the Towel to Google With Microsoft's decision to end development of its own Web rendering engine (browser) and switch to Chromium, control over the Web has functionally been ceded to Google.News | Back to all news Peter Bright |...read more
News Blog & PressDuckDuckGo Proves There Is No Such Thing As Private Search According to a new study conducted by Google competitor DuckDuckGo, it does not seem possible to avoid personalization when using Google search, even by logging out of your Google account and...read more
News Blog & PressDept. Of Defense Adopts The Cloud Browser When a security expert at a leading antivirus company said “antivirus software only catches 45% of the malware attacks and is dead”, it is time to find a better mousetrap. Who better than the Dept of Defense...read more
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The All New Disposable Browser
No trace ever on your device.
Dear Website Owner,
Because there is no way to verify…
Henceforth, I will NOT let you see who I am…
or my true location. I will NEVER let you see or touch my device. You will NEVER be able to see or place cookies or viruses on my device.
In addition, if I choose to log in to your site…
you have my permission to use any info I share on your site, but ONLY on your site.
However, if I do log in to your site…
you will not still be able to see or touch my device. You will not be able to see what site I came from or what site I go to after I leave your site.
Furthermore, you will not be able to see…
who my friends are, any of our conversations, any documents on my device, sites I visited, or any online searches I’ve made.
P.S. I don’t need your permission!
See when I landed on your site you automatically agreed to MY terms.
An anonymous TraceFree User