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Photo: Prostock-studio (Shutterstock) Look, we’re not here to judge. The internet is a big place, offering all types of content for all types of people. What you search for, watch, and do on the World Wide Web is between you, your ISP, and Google. However, if you’re not careful, your browsing history could reveal itself to the wrong people in your life. Sure, snoopers will have a field day if they are somehow allowed to dive through your unedited search history. But it it doesn’t take that much to blow your cover—sometimes, even a single letter keyed into a search field is enough to reveal your past endeavors. Typing a “C” into Google might spit out “Check out the weird shit THIS guy’s into!” if you know what I mean. You could spend the afternoon explaining yourself, or you could delete your browsing history. For some, deleting browsing history is second-nature when using the internet. Still it’s tedious work: dive into your search history, locate the “Delete” option, choose the length of time to delete for, then return to your browsing to accumulate more evidence to later erase. Google has implemented features to make your life a bit easier, offering an “Auto-delete” option to wipe your history every three, 18, or 36 months. For many an internet explorer, however, those timeframes simply won’t do. You need the evidence gone, stat. Google hears you (they’re always listening), and has an easy way for you to scrub your footprints from your […]