Web Shield has one of the largest databases of web trackers on the internet. We have dedicated resources that continuously add and update this database frequently!
Web Shield allows users to decide what they want to block or not. This gives our users the power to decide how much of their personal information they would like to protect or not!
Web Shield works on most browsers including FireFox, Internet Explorer, and Chrome. By blocking web trackers, users can increase the speeds at which they can browse the internet using these browsers.
Web Shield has a very simple, easy to use interface, that allows for seamless management of all web trackers.
Web Shield puts the power of being a web detective into the users’ hands, allowing users to see past just the page. Web Shield proprietary technology looks for cookies, pixels, web bugs, beacons, and tags that are found in the code of most web pages. These allow ad networks, behavioral data providers, web publishers and other companies the ability to track your behavior online. This data can be sold to other companies looking to try and make money off your web surfing.
Web Shield provides insight into who is tracking you, and allows you to decide who can, and can’t see your internet behavior. The easy to use interface allows for quick management of who is tracking you, and give you the power to change with just a click.
Deciding who to block can help increase your privacy and increase your browsing experience. Many analytics scripts and tracking pixels can slow down the time it takes a web page to load. Web Shield puts the power back into the users’ hands to decide how much privacy they would like to have, and how fast they would like their internet experience to be.
Web Shield cannot determine exactly who is tracking your computer usage. Instead, Web Shield allows a user to see which websites have placed tracking code onto their computer. As a result, Web Shield provides the user the freedom to decide which 'trackers' they would like to block or allow. The purpose of Web Shield is to provide users with visibility into the various entities that are tracking pieces of information about them, including user browsing habits, and gives users some power to control this experience.