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Are You An Online Privacy Connoisseur?

An expert can tell if they are REALLY private online.

Are You An Online Privacy Connoisseur?

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Are You An Online Privacy Connoisseur?

Just like a wine connoisseur can tell the difference between a $1200 bottle of Chateau Lafite and a $2 Charles Shaw (aka “2 buck Chuck”), an online privacy connoisseur can tell if they are truly private when browsing the Web.

A connoisseur is someone who understands the details, technique or principles of an art. In the case of browsing, an online privacy connoisseur focuses on if a website can see or touch their computer. It is THAT detail that determines online privacy, not a browser or a VPN.

The labels “private” and “secure” mean absolutely nothing if a website can either extract data from your computer or put data on it.

Want to know how the online privacy experts determine if they are private or not?

 The simple test privacy experts use.

Did your computer open?

If a website can open your computer, it is not possible to be private or secure. DO NOT WORRY, this was just a harmless demonstration.

We are trying to EDUCATE you and SHOW you how Incognito mode, a VPN,  a private browser or browser extension does not keep you private online.

 TraceFree Is What The Privacy Experts Use

TraceFree, the ONLY virtual private browser runs on a server in the cloud and NOT on your computer. No website can ever see or touch your computer because your computer never visits it. The browser on our server visits the website. This also means every browsing session is always virus free.

Want to see all of the data websites (and Big Tech) see when you browse? Take the TraceFree Challenge

You can start your 7 Day Free Trial today at TraceFree

 

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