Warning: Browser Privacy
For your safety, we highly recommend using a computer or device that your abuser does not share with you. We provide the “Quick Exit” box to redirect your browser to Google on short notice, however this should not be considered a good strategy to permanently hide browsing history. When you use the internet to look up information, check e-mail, or view social media websites, your browser stores information about your browsing history. This can also include saved passwords which would enable an abuser to check your e-mail and social media profiles like Facebook. Also, be aware that tech-savvy abusers can trace online history from your computer or mobile device by capturing traffic as it passes through your router. For this reason, the ideal situation is to use a computer at a library or use a computer at a trusted friend’s house.
If you must use the same computer as an abuser. Please follow some of these guidelines:
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