When internet first came to inception, user privacy simply meant going online while no one was in the room. But now, with the advent of technology and data collection business models, the internet has changed to a commendable extent. It’s not at all surprising that Google has the data of 0.87% of your search results. Yes. This can definitely be comfortable when you need quick browsing. But how comfortable are you with the idea that your local ISPs keep record of your entire browsing history even though your browser is set on a private mode? So, every time you use the public wi-fi from your favorite coffee shop, your user activity gets tracked by the internet provider. Sounds shocking? Well, this is exactly what’s happening around you.