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How to Opt Out of the Main Sites That Track You

Written by Gary North on April 2, 2012

We know that our Internet shopping and viewing activities are being tracked. Private data-collections firms collect this information and then rent it.

The federal government can get access to this information.

So, it pays to spend a few minutes opting out. While it’s time consuming, it is possible. I’ll recommend a site you can use to do this rather easily. Sadly, hardly anyone will ever hear about this or do it.

Here is a list of companies that track us.



















If you want to know how to opt out, so that you are not tracked in the future, click the link.

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2 thoughts on “How to Opt Out of the Main Sites That Track You

  1. In my opinion, the greatest threat to freedom, is the growing loss of privacy.

    God knows everything about me but I know I can I trust Him with that information.

    I don't trust human beings to not misuse my information. It is simply a matter of risk versus benefit.

    A police state cannot function effectively without a Gestapo compiling information on potential threats to its power.

    "if you're not doing anything wrong then why fear the government?" I hear many people say… I say tell that to the victims of Adolph, Joseph, and Mao.

  2. BaRbArIaN says:

    Some of the hoops you have to go through are just as bad. Intellius for example, wants you to send them a copy of your driver’s license to prove who you are before letting you opt out. They say you can cross out your photo and license # but please.