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Work: Seeking New Employment

How To Block Employers From Seeing Where You Have Been Searching

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It is possible for other people to get a record of the sites you go to (browse) via your computer, tablet or other device because of the cookies left from the sites you visit. This can out your health status if you go to several disease related sites or on-line support groups. You can block this from happening by setting your browser appropriately on each device you use t o access the internet.  

Each browser has a different procedure for blocking people from seeing where you search. For example:

  • Internet Explorer: use "InPrivate Browsing". 
  • Google Chrome: use "Incognito". 
  • Safari and Firefox: use "Private Browsing."

NOTE: If you use Facebook: There is free software to stop Facebook from tracking you as you browse the internet. For example, Facebook Blocker offsite link.

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