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How To Hide From Big Tech

Do you use a VPN, Tor, private browser or a private search engine and think you’re hiding your browsing from Big Tech?

You better think again.

Here is THE SECRET to private browsing. Big Tech identifies and tracks you by your computer.

Your computer can now be identified ANYTIME you connect to the Internet.

Did you ever click on one of those annoying reCaptcha puzzles or clicked the “Are you a robot” test? Did you ever click the “Skip ads” on a YouTube video?

Congratulations, Google identified your computer and all of its identifiers.

 

Who is the largest funder of the Tor Project? You guessed it, the U.S. Govt.

Here is how regular browsing works, even if you use a VPN, Tor, Brave or a private search engine.

 

Regular browsing is not private

You will notice that your computer directly interacts with the computer of the website. It doesn’t matter if you hid your IP address or encrypted your traffic.

The website was able to identify your computer and chances are VERY GOOD there is a bunch of Big Tech computer code on it.

You CANNOT be completely private or secure if data is sent from your computer and downloaded to your computer..period.

Now here is how TraceFree, the ONLY virtual private browser works.

 

Best virtual private browser

TraceFree Hides Your Computer From Big Tech

You will notice that the browser runs on a server in the cloud and NOT on your device.

Websites interact with the server and NEVER see or touch your computer.

Big Tech identifies and tracks that server, they cannot see your computer when browsing.

Sure there is still all of that Big Tech computer code on every website but it never touches your computer.

You can now finally hide from Big Tech by using TraceFree, the only virtual private browser.

When you want to be COMPLETELY anonymous on the Web, run the browser in the cloud and NOT on your computer with TraceFree.

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