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So you can protect the data you share without realizing it on streaming platforms

Before you sit on the couch with your Apple TV, Chromecast, or Amazon TV, there are a few settings you should adjust, especially if you want to better protect your privacy. While modern TVs and streaming devices don't track you with physical cameras, their software platforms often track what you're doing behind the screen.

From Amazon and Roku to Google and even Apple, all the major smart platforms are saving your viewing data. Manufacturers of software and hardware, from streaming devices to your own TV, use that data to "improve" the products they offer, for example by tailoring the program recommendations and ads they show you. Once you know all this, and perhaps you did not know, here we tell you how you can protect the data you share without realizing it on streaming platforms :

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