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Do you really want others to know where you've been?

When you jump from page to page on the WWW, you're leaving a traceable path to where you've been. For example, let's say you're browsing http://www.chami.com/tips/ and then decide to jump to http://www.xyz.com/. You'll be leaving a trace in the xyz.com web server identifying that you've been browsing http://www.chami.com/tips/ earlier. So, if you're going some place important [on the web] and you want them to know that you've been good, make sure that you're on a "respectable page" before jumping to the final destination.
Applicable Keywords : World Wide Web
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