DoNotTrackMe: How it Works

If you're like the average web user, you're unknowingly tracked over 100 times each time you surf the web.

DoNotTrackMe automatically blocks these tracking companies - ad networks, social networks, and sneaky data collection companies - from tracking your browsing behind the scenes. DoNotTrackMe has blocked over 1 trillion attempts to track millions of users' browsing and actively blocks over 600 of these companies.

DoNotTrackMe also protects your email address, phone, and credit card from being abused by companies on the web and on your mobile device.

What are these tracking companies doing?

Companies place third party trackers on their sites for a variety of reasons: to get insights on you, gather information about you to sell to advertisers, or combine what you do on their site with what you do on other sites.

How does DoNotTrackMe block them? When web pages load, there are snippets of code that instantly start tracking you. Our engineering team works hard to figure out who these companies are - and how their code works - so that DoNotTrackMe can stop them.

DoNotTrackMe also protects your email address, phone, and credit card from being abused by companies on the web and on your mobile device.

You can get started for free. Just install DoNotTrackMe for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Internet Explorer. When you browse, you'll automatically block these trackers!

How does DoNotTrackMe protect my personal info?

Every day you give out your email, phone, and credit card to various companies.

Sometimes it's to get a new app, sometimes to make a purchase, or sometimes just to read the news: regardless, your information is valuable and companies lose and abuse it all the time.

When companies ask you for your email, we give you the option, right then and there, to give them a Masked Email, which ensures you receive their emails but also allows you to block them if they spam you.

Premium features for just $5/month

Every day you give out your email, phone, and credit card to various companies.

Sometimes it's to get a new app, sometimes to make a purchase, or sometimes just to read the news: regardless, your information is valuable and companies lose and abuse it all the time.

When companies ask you for your email, we give you the option, right then and there, to give them a Masked Email, which ensures you receive their emails but also allows you to block them if they spam you.