“Cookies” have been the subject of some cybersecurity-themed scares. You may have heard that cookies on websites can track your browsing habits and send them to the creator of the cookie, or some variation on why cookies are bad. The truth, however, is that cookies are harmless (and helpful), and it doesn’t matter how many […]
In the process of normal use, your web browser will collect a lot of cookies and other website data like caches. These items can be useful whenever you need to revisit a site since they help it remember you. However, they can slow down performance over time. Make sure you clear out website data periodically […]
Safari was one of the first browsers to really tackle privacy concerns, and its clearance controls are still very easy to use and return to. Aim to clear your caches, cookies and browsing history every month or so. Bookmark the pages you need for reference without auto filling the URL when you search. Then as […]
We’re used to seeing a quick message asking us for personalized or custom data preferences when we visit a website. Yet as annoying as they may be – bringing you into a habit of clicking ‘accept all’ – it’s worth rejecting these prompts. Granting cookie collection may improve your user experience and allow you to […]
The benefits of accepting permissions or cookies are relatively few for the average consumer. Yes, your ad experience may be more relevant and your mobile experience may be more efficient, but your private information may also be at risk. When you land on a site you don’t often visit — or have no plans of […]
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