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This is a test I'm trying to edit my post

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Your ISP knows every site you visit. The gov't must have a reason first in order to check the sites and information you enter but it may not require your permission. We have a Do-Not-Track feature you can use to tell websites not to track you but websites do not have to follow that exception. Read more about it in: How do I turn on the Do Not Track feature?

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Your ISP knows every site you visit. The gov't must have a reason first in order to check the sites and information you enter but it may not require your permission. We have a Do-Not-Track feature you can use to tell websites not to track you but websites do not have to follow that exception. Read more about it in: How do I turn on the Do Not Track feature?

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what would be a reason for them too do that?

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I can not provide any reasons nor do I speak on behalf of anybody. You must figure out this information on your own as I may not be held liable for any advice given, direct, indirect or in any other way shape or form.

Thank you!

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Enabling "Do not track" only makes Firefox send a DNT=1 request header and has nothing to do with privacy.