- Can anyone see my Google search history?
- Can anyone see what you search on the Internet?
- Can the WiFi owner see what I search?
- Who can view your browser history?
- Who can see my browser history?
Although you are only able to view your entire search history, be warned, if you leave your Gmail account logged in on a communal or family machine, not only can people snoop on your emails, they can browse your searching history too.
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can see everything you do online. They can track things like which websites you visit, how long you spend on them, the content you watch, the device you’re using, and your geographic location.
Yes, definitely. A WiFi owner can see what websites you visit while using WiFi as well as the things that you search on the Internet. There are lots of routers with a built-in tracking feature from companies like Netgear.
But there’s still someone who could: the administrator of your network will be able to see all of your browser history. This means they can retain and view almost every webpage you’ve visited. Part of your browsing history is safe: HTTPS provides you with a tiny bit of extra security.
Despite the privacy precautions you take, there is someone who can see everything you do online: your Internet Service Provider (ISP). While these solutions may keep advertisers and anyone using your computer from viewing your browsing history, your ISP can still watch your every move.