So you’ve probably heard through the interwebs that the U.S. Congress has passed a law allowing internet service providers to sell your personal information and browsing data to third parties without informing you first. “Big deal,” you say, “I do all my weird stuff in incognito mode.” Well, if you take a moment to open up an incognito tab, you’ll quickly find this message:
Going incognito doesn’t hide your browsing from your employer, your internet service provider, or the websites you visit.
Yep, we’re all screwed. Now anyone is able to track our information and use it to sell targeted ads or do much, much worse. But luckily, the Cracked Dispensary and the Cracked Store are stocked with VPNs that block those pesky data thieves and keep your browser history squeaky-clean. Suck it, Congress.
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