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NordVPN Study: Brits Use Incognito Mode When Checking Health Issues, and Shopping for Gifts

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London, United Kingdom, December 30, 2021 –(PR.com)– A new survey by the leading virtual private network provider NordVPN revealed that Brits mostly use Incognito mode (private browsing) for checking health issues (36%), and shopping for gifts (30%).

Besides that, they seek privacy while booking a trip (23%) or visiting dating sites (18%). But is it as private as they think?

What does incognito mode do?

Incognito/private mode helps you browse the web without storing browsing data on your browser so that it can’t be retrieved later. This means that your searches, visited pages, login details, and cookies will not be saved on the device after you close your private windows. However, any files you download or bookmarks you create will be kept.

“Private browsing can also be used for booking flight tickets or hotel rooms because they might get you lower prices. Because they don’t save cookies, the airline or hotel website might not…

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