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  • 1. Setting up Tracking Protectionin Safari 5.1.2 and higher
  • 2. Begin by clicking “Safari” in the top left corner
  • 3. Select “Preferences”
  • 4. Choose the “Advanced” tab
  • 5. Select “Show Develop menu in menu bar”
  • 6. And then exit out of this box
  • 7. Next, click on the Develop menu
  • 8. Click on “Send Do Not Track HTTP Header.” This will tell advertisers that you don’t want to be tracked
  • 9. You can also manage your cookies in Safari. Begin again by clicking “Safari”
  • 10. Select “Preferences”
  • 11. And click on the Privacy tab
  • 12. You can choose to block cookies completely, or to block only those from third parties and advertisers
  • 13. In addition, Safari offers many Add-ons to protect user privacy. Here are some of the most popular Add-ons, which you can download straight from their websites.• Ghostery blocks the invisible tracking cookies and plug-ins on many web sites, shows it all to you, and then gives you the choice whether you want to block them one-by-one, or all together.• Adblock Plus stops social networking sites from transmitting data about you after you leave those sites, even if the page you visit has a social plugin on it.• Do Not Track Plus is the Do Not Track app that sends a request to websites not to track you, with a “plus” of also stopping third-party data exchanges. So, when you visit a site with Facebook, Twitter and Google+ buttons on it, your browser will tell the network that youre on a site with those buttons, and no information will be sent until you choose to click one.
  • 14. Finally, if you aren’t sure whether to acceptcookies from a website, read their privacy policy and find out what they do with the information they gather from users!