Looking for a magic tool that can help you regain your online privacy? Well, you might have one. Abine, the leading provider of online privacy solutions recently announced that they are releasing a new product called Do Not Track Plus. This simple tool is designed to be straightforward yet effective so that online users can avoid being tracked. How the tool works is that it notifies the user when he or she is being tracked online so that the user can disallow the tracking.
We all know just how annoying those advertisements can be, too. We see them on social media sites, while browsing on the web or even shopping around on a particular website. While it’s nice to be linked to products or services that pertain to our lifestyle, how these advertisements are getting our information is not okay. Thanks to DNT+, users have more control over who’s tracking their online activity and when.
DNT+ is the first product that’s being launched in Abine’s collection, but there’s more to come. The company hopes to provide a range of practical tools for online privacy instead of waiting for Congress to come up with better laws. DNT+ works with all browsers, including Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. Best of all, it’s free.
That’s right, you can download DNT+ directly from Abine.com and it will block hundreds of trackers that collect, use and sell your information. Being a company that’s promoting better online privacy, Abine never collects or shares information, so you can rest assured that what you’re downloading is safe. How the company makes its money is by selling its products for money, as there are a variety of tools and resources for people to utilize.
One click will get you better privacy, plus you can expect your websites to load and run faster. And don’t worry about how strict DNT+ is; you can adjust the settings so that you can play your favorite social games and shop for your favorite products without having to give up your online freedom. This is what makes DNT+ so unique; it’s not an all-or-nothing program, but one that gives online users the control and flexibility they need to be safe while online.
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