For many of us, the only time we think about who's tracking our online habits is when a site seems to know more about us than we think it could.
There's a lot more going on under the surface, though, and anyone from marketers to employers to private investigators could have access to your browsing sessions if you don't take active countermeasures. Here are five tools that work quite well:Removing cookies and more. CCleaner is a great, free tool that you can use to wipe your computer of your browsing history, cookies, and other detritus. It … Read more