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Mozilla, the company behind Firefox, thinks that current private modes don't do enough to protect users from malware, spyware and data harvesters but could also unintentionally be aiding users in getting onto blocked sites with its proposed update. Tor, which stands for The Onion Router, is a worldwide network that was invented to protect identity online and enables you to browse the internet anonymously. This tech was originally developed with the US Navy and works by re-routing and encrypting your internet traffic, including searches and visited websites, across Tor servers all over the world.

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The data extracted by these trackers browser config, IP address, unique advertising IDs assigned by your phone vendor can be used to link your incognito activity to the rest of your browsing. There are many privacy tools that block some or all of these trackers, though depending on how the porn site is configured, this may break the site's functionality: you could use some or all of Brave Browser and Privacy Badger to keep the tracking scripts at bay. However, your IP address will still be transmitted to porn sites, which may log the address indefinitely and is no better at preventing leaks of this data than anyone else cough Equifax cough.

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So concludes a not-so-surprising studywhich determined that online pornography sites are loaded with various trackers that leak private details about their users to third parties. And no, the study authors take pains to insist, Google's Incognito mode won't keep your secrets. This latter point highlights broad confusion among the general public about what the Google Chrome feature actually does. Many people believe it renders their online browsing private, when in reality it just prevents Chrome from "[saving] your browsing history, cookies and site data, or information entered in forms.