If you think someone is monitoring your devices, visit this website from a computer, tablet, or smartphone that isn’t being monitored. Exit from this website and delete it from your browser history.
To minimize the chances of someone knowing that you are researching information about domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, follow these tips.
- If you think your devices or internet search activities are being monitored, access this information from a device that isn’t being monitored. That should be a device to which the person does not or has not had physical or remote access. This is the safest thing to do if you don’t want someone to know that you are visiting these websites.
- Sign out of other accounts, such as Google or Facebook, before visiting these sites.
- Use your internet browser settings to increase your privacy, such as turning off browsing history or using the browser in-private mode. Read more about browser settings here.
- If it is safe to do so, delete the websites URLs that you don’t want stored from the browser history.
- Use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to increase the security of your internet browsing and activity.
Wondering if your devices are being monitored? Learn more about computer spyware.
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