The Filter Bubble
So you want to pop your filter bubble — to see the neutral, un-filtered, un-personalized web. How do you go about it? Unfortunately, there are no magic bullets: The ad companies and personal data vendors that power and profit from personalization are far more technologically advanced than most of the tools for controlling your personal data. That’s why The Filter Bubble calls on companies and governments to change the rules they operate by — without those changes, it’s simply not possible to escape targeting and personalization entirely. But that doesn’t mean all is lost. Here are 10 simple steps you can take to de-personalize your web experience. 1. In Chrome, go to Preferences > Under the Hood > Content Settings (You can also see all the cookies on your machine here.)Firefox: Preferences > Privacy > Use custom settings for historySafari: Preferences > SecurityInternet Explorer: Internet options > Privacy 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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