Google tracking on HP products

I just installed a HP Envy 7855 all-in-one. During installation, it asked if I agreed to the Google and HP tracking. I unchecked the box. It made me agree, stating I could change it later. How do I do that? I don't want Google or anyone else tracking me.

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Sadly, ISPs and governments are tracking too.

So the only way to stop this is to stay off the Internet. I'm sure that someone will write to use a VPN but VPNs collect information too. It's part of their business.

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No log policy vpns

You are right about most of VPN providers, but if you want to keep your privacy, you need to look for VPN with no log policy.

They won't store your IP's and DNS. Of course, it's hard to check how true this is, but they really claim there will be no footprints of sites you visited for anyone.

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That doesn't work as well as they say.

Snowden also dropped the bomb on VPN security if you looked into that. It's a nice idea but far from perfect.

If you get on the Internet, it's a safe bet tracking happens. Not that it means much to us in some countries but China as an example your Internet use affects your social score.

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