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Can I totaly cover my internet trail?


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Hello all!

I have question :) Ok not that im trying to hide anything but can you make it to where no one can see where you have been online?
Can somebody always see which sites you have visited? I always delete my internet history, temporary internet files, cookies, and run AVG anti-spyware.
Is there anyway I could pull up all the sites I have ever visited? I have kept my same internet provider for a long time. Would changing my IP address help?

Again im not hiding anything. I want to know.

Thanks!
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Simply - No. Since your traffic goes through your ISP, once they get the legal acceptance they may view where you've been. Deleting cookies deletes traces from your side. Going through proxies prevents sites from identifying your IP address, but your ISP knows where you've been. But they don't hand out that information easily, even if your mother, for example, would call them and ask for the sites you've been visiting.
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Ok thanks! :)
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