Amazon tracks your browsing history, which it then uses to advertise products to you across the web. Whether you’re tired of seeing ads for stuff you just bought, or you just don’t want Amazon creeping on you, there’s a way to turn of personalized ads. Here’s how.
Amazon uses what it calls Interest-Based ads to sell you stuff. So if go you shopping on Amazon.com, you may see ads for similar stuff later. Some of these ads will show up on Amazon, while others may appear on other, unrelated…
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