The most unexpected uses of the incognite mode

The most unexpected uses of the incognite mode

Do you ever get the feeling that someone’s watching you? You know… That little uneasiness in the back of your mind. A tingling feeling that forces you to turn your head, just to make sure. Well, if you use the Internet, being watched is a sure thing. Big search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo make most of their money selling ad space. But, advertisers are not interested in making ads that don’t reach the right clientele. To solve this problem, the search engines already mentioned, track their users and that way they know who to assault in a search pattern, with a sponsored purchase link.

As far as we know, Google has not kidnapped anyone to sell them shampoo, but we understand that no one likes to be tracked and spied on. For that reason, most browsers now have an incognite mode, to allow users to search for what they want without any surveillance. Today, we show you some situations where people use the incognite mode in their browser.

 

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