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How To Tell If Google Is Tracking Your Computer

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How To Tell If Google Is Tracking Your Computer

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How To Tell If Google Is Tracking You Online

Google is the largest data gathering entity in the world. They either own or have some type of script on the majority of websites. They have their tracking solution on their Chrome browser and on all Android devices.

Maybe you use a private browser like Tor or Brave or a virtual private network (VPN) keep private online. Perhaps you clean your cookies and cache every time you browse.

So you think you are hiding from Google?

Here is a SIMPLE TEST to tell if Google is tracking your device.

 Is Google Tracking You?

Did your computer open?

DO NOT WORRY, this was just a harmless demonstration.

This test was designed by the best creative marketing agency

We are trying to EDUCATE you and SHOW you just how easily you are identified, tracked (and sometimes infected) when browsing the Web.

A private browser or VPN DO NOT hide you from Google because they CAN’T hide your computer.

Those “private browsing” solutions DO NOT hide your computer when you browse and it is YOUR COMPUTER that Google tracks you.

If you want to prevent Google from tracking YOUR computer, you must use the TraceFree Browser.

TraceFree Keeps Google From Tracking You

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. Our server visits the website, not your computer. This also means every browsing session is always virus free.

Google still tracks the computer you’re browsing with but it ISN’T YOUR COMPUTER, it is our server. Google cannot match the browsing with you, your computer or your true location.

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

You can start your 30 Day Free Trial today at TraceFree

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