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EARN IT Act A Privacy Nightmare For Private Browsers And VPNs
The EARN IT Act is widely regarded as a Trojan horse for the Department of Justice’s long standing anti-encryption agenda.
It would kill encryption programs and give the government unprecendented ability to pry into everything Americans do and say online.
American’s web-searching and browsing histories could be collected by the FBI WITHOUT A WARRANT.
THE PROBLEM: VPNs and private browsers DO NOT prevent government agencies from seeing your browsing history, they can’t!
If your browser runs on your computer (regardless of what type of browser it is), you cannot avid leaving browsing evidence on your device.
There’s an easy way to tell if the government can see your browsing history on your computer.
Did your computer open?
That means browsing evidence is being left on your computer.
We are trying to EDUCATE you on how you that even with the so called private browsers you are still being tracked online.
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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.
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