Where you browse is personal information and should be kept between you and the site you’re visiting. Take control. You choose who gets told. Not them.
So many web sites pass on information about your visit to other sites. Usually by loading an advertisement or a “pixel”. Those other sites can record where you’ve been and use that to gather information about you.
If you think that where you browse is your own business, and it should kept between you and the site that you’re actually visiting... then take control. With No Cross Browser, you choose which other sites are told about your visit.
By default we assume it’s just between the two of you. But we show you the list and you simply check/uncheck each box to control it.
It should be up to you who else a web site tells that you visited. Take control.