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Privacy: How to send ‘Do not track’ request to websites?

Gowrish Babu
Every time you use Google Chrome to browse the internet, it is possible for websites to collect your sensitive data and track your devices.
It is due to the default setting of your browser's tracking feature, many websites are able to track and monitor your personal data.
So, in order to stop that, all you need to do is to send 'Do not track' request to website when you use a PC or an Android smartphone.
Open Chrome on your computer. Click on the three-dot menu option.
Click on the Settings option from the drop-down menu.
Under Privacy and security tab, click on the Cookies and other site data button.
Turn the toggle on for Send a "Do not track" request with your browsing traffic.
However, those using iPhones or iPads cannot use this 'Do Not Track' option as this feature is currently not available for these devices.
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