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Incognito Mode May Not Work the Way You Think It Does – WIRED

Every browser has a private mode—but the privacy it offers has a limit.

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No matter which browser you preferChrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, Opera, or any of the othersit will almost certainly offer an incognito or private mode, one which ostensibly keeps your web browsing secret. (Google Chrome still shows a hat-and-glasses icon when you go incognito, as if you’re now in disguise.)
Incognito or private mode does indeed keep certain aspects of your browsing private, but it’s important to be aware of what it hides and erases from your computer or phone and what it doesn…

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