Today’s INTERNET users are much more conscious about their privacy and data.
After a series of famous incidents in recent years such as Cambridge Analytica scandalPeople are more cautious than ever.
As the most popular web browser, Google Chrome gets a lot of attention for its privacy.
While the tech giant has improved a lot in Chrome’s under-bonnet lift, there’s still a lot more you can do yourself.
Thanks to the downloadable extensions, it’s pretty easy, too.
Google Chrome Extensions to Protect Privacy
There are a number of widely used extensions available that will stop trackers in their path.
To get started, go to Chrome Web Store.
For example, Cookie AutoDelete, which claims to give you “control over your cookies”.
It automatically deletes unwanted cookies from your closed tabs while keeping the ones you want.
Meanwhile, Privacy Badger says it “automatically learns to block invisible trackers”.
It’s important to point out that extensions only work for Chrome on Desktop – you might want to consider a fully mobile alternative web browser, such as DuckDuckGo.
How to block cookies in Chrome
Chrome also has its own way of giving you greater control over third-party cookies.
All you have to do is open Setting, then go to Privacy and security.
Below, find Cookies and other website data.
Then choose Block third-party cookies.
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