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The empty browsing history tells more than the filled one. amirite?

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Okay let me see your browing history and I'll compare to a empty one and I'll tell you which tells me more.

Mytokhondrias avatar Mytokhondria Yeah You Are +9Reply

No it doesn't. My browsers automatically delete my history/cookies/cache upon exit to improve my privacy and keep from getting blasted with targeted ads. There's nothing suspicious, but my online activities don't need to be tracked by 3rd parties.

@rotersscap1982 not at all.

Oh come on. Why not??

capamericasurs avatar capamericasur Yeah You Are +9Reply

Not really. She'll be suspicious, but a filled browsing history will confirm her suspicions

@Openeyes Not really. She'll be suspicious, but a filled browsing history will confirm her suspicions

I am talking in more generic sense. If you go someone's house and somehow see a browsing history to seeing a clean history.

capamericasurs avatar capamericasur Yeah You Are +9Reply

incognito has entered the chat

All you can tell from an empty browser history is that someone is hiding something. Not deleting it gives people info about what videos you watch, which media you use, where you have accounts, where and what you shop etc etc.

Mine auto deletes when I close the browser.

Mihneacuzinos avatar Mihneacuzino Yeah You Are +6Reply

Unless it's really bad history

@fragsworth Unless it's really bad history

But still no history is very suspenseful n always leave a scope of worse.

capamericasurs avatar capamericasur Yeah You Are +7Reply

Ctrl+Shift+N when you know you want to go dark, and the search history will remain full and bright

Ever flush your cache because everything is broken?

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