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How exactly does protect my privacy?
How exactly does protect my privacy?
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Written by Steve M
Updated over a week ago

Normally, when you browse a website, the website can access your IP address (the website needs it to deliver the web page) and it is usually logged for tracking purposes.

Your IP address is often assigned uniquely to your computer by your ISP, making browsing non-anonymous in the sense that your activities under your IP may be linked to your computer.

When browsing through our servers make the requests and forward the contents to you. Therefore, the external websites see our IP address and not yours.

Be advised does not protect you from unintentional leak of your IP address or other identifiable information through malicious scripts or embedded objects.

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