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While private browsing will prevent your browser from storing information on your local device or computer, it won't necessarily stop data being shared between your computer and your internet service provider (ISP).

It is also possible for third-parties to detect traces of activity related to private browsing sessions, which can, in turn, be used to exploit entryways into the operating system.

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