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Why logging out of Facebook before watching porn is good

Written by kasangaki Daniel

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WHY YOU SHOULD ALWAYS LOG OUT OF FACEBOOK WHILE WATCHING, VISITING NSFW WEBSITES

Did you know that Facebook actively tracks you if you visit porn websites? If you’re logged on Facebook and go on any adult entertainment website or shady porn website, chances are that the porn website has a Facebook plug-in button. This Facebook plug-in will actively track you down and know that your have been surfing porn.

Facebook tracks your surfing habits because the social networking giant collects data about the websites you’re visiting so they can target the ads you see – including your taste in porn.

According to their data policy, Facebook states:

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Facebook ‘Share’ and ‘Like’ buttons actively track visitors visiting any website despite the fact that the social media network had promised these wouldn’t be used to track its users seven years back.

Facebook won’t use porn surfing habits to target you with sexual ads but the worrying thing is that Facebook will know exactly what you have been watching.

The only option left for you, if you are an avid porn fan, is to log out of Facebook and use VPN and/or Tor to surf such adult entertainments sites without the fear of tracking.Facebook Image

 

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kasangaki Daniel

An IT Technician by day and Tech blogger by night, Daniel is at his happiest when he's able to help others solve tech issues. He loves discussing computers and playing video games. Feel free to contact him on social media!
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