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Block websites from viewing personal data:
Users can block websites from viewing personal data using a browser on a computer, laptop or mobile. For this you need to send a do not track request. For this you have to go to settings and enable it. A request can be sent by following these steps.
For PC or Laptop users:
Open the Google Chrome web browser. Now go to the three point option. You will see it on the far right side of the screen. A drop-down menu will appear. Select Settings option from here. Now find the “Privacy and Security Settings” option and click on “Cookies and other site data”. You can turn it on or off with Send a “Do Not Track” request along with your browsing traffic.
For Android users:
Open the Google Chrome web browser on the phone. Click on the three dot option on the right side of the screen. Now select Settings option.
Find and select the “Privacy and Security Settings” option from the menu list. Now click on “Do Not Track” option and turn on the setting.
One thing to keep in mind is that some websites may still monitor your personal data even after Do Not Track is turned on. According to Google’s Help Center page, websites may use your browsing data to provide content, services, advertisements and notifications, etc. to improve security. Many websites, including Google, may continue to do so despite receiving Do Not Track requests.