Google Chrome users’ sensitive data is collected and their devices are tracked whenever they use Google Chrome to conduct an internet search. Many websites can track users’ devices to track their information because the browser’s default settings for Google Chrome data tracking features are switched on.
How to turn on ‘Do not track’ request to Stop Google Chrome data tracking
A website that collects user data has the discretion on how it will use that data. For instance, websites may still collect data from users who want to “Do Not Track,” but this data is used to improve security, provide content, services, advertising, and suggestions, as well as to report statistics.
The majority of websites and web services, including Google’s, do not alter their behaviour in response to a Do Not Track request, according to Google, which explained this.
How to send ‘Do not Track’ request from your desktop”
- Your PC and launch Chrome.
- In the top right corner, select the three-dot menu.
- When a drop-down menu appears, select Settings from the list.
- Choose Cookies and other site data under Privacy and security settings.
How to send ‘Do not track’ from an Android device
- Launch Chrome on an Android device.
- In the right corner of the screen, touch the three-dot menu.
- Now click settings.
- Select “Privacy and Security” by pressing it.
- Turn on the “Do not track” option by tapping