Frequently asked questions about online anonymity

Personal data is data that identifies you. This could be your name, address, email, voice, face, websites you have visited, or location data. To keep your personal data private, you should open questionable websites in Incognito mode. It's not effective to delete your browser data after you visit a site, since a hacker might steal it during your visit. In addition, by deleting browser data you risk losing information that you need, such as saved passwords.

Data collected by sites

Prevent sites from collecting information

Data collected by browser

Full list of situations in which data is sent to a server

Incognito mode

Turning Incognito mode on and off

Cache

Where is the browser cache stored?

Clearing the cache

Cookies

What is a cookie?

Remove or block cookies for all sites.

Delete all cookies

Delete or block cookies installed by a webpage

Redirect loops

Autofill

How does the automatic saving of information for filling out forms work?

Turn off form autofilling

Delete all form-autofill data

Location

Allow a site to detect your location

Prohibit all sites from detecting your location