We're not going to lie.... the headline caught us. Who knew it wasn't private! Eeeeek!
Many Internet users are rightfully questioning how secure their private data really is.
But it takes an explosive scandal like Facebook's acknowledgement that 87 million users may have had their information improperly shared with political ad targeting firm Cambridge Analytica to shine a bright spotlight on the issue.
Many of us think we’re taking the right precautions, when in fact we’re putting our info at risk.
The following are five such misconceptions, the truth behind them, and what to do about it.
Myth No. 1: Using a private browser keeps my information private
Whatever your browser calls it – Private Browsing, Incognito…