Internet Safety Tips
WARNING: An abuser may try to track your internet activities! Special attention needs to be taken when visiting web sites on the internet.
Information you have brought up on the internet (including our web page) may be viewed by anyone who knows how to access your computer's history or cache file.
In order to prevent this from happening, you should turn on private browsing and/or clear your browser's history. This can be done by accessing your internet browser settings.
Please Note:Clearing web browser histories in this way will delete ALL histories of visited websites. If you are concerned that someone may be checking up on your internet usage, the absence of all files and history may appear suspicious. Instead of clearing your history everytime you visit the webpage, you can use the instructions below to turn on private browsing before you visit the webpage.
Please note that there are software programs available that can track website visits. If you are concerned that someone has installed a tracking program on your computer, you may want to use a friend's computer or visit a public computer at the library or at an internet cafe.
Here is what to do:
1. Pull down Tools menu, select "InPrivate Browsing"
2. Visit . in the new "InPrivate Browsing" window.
1. Pull down Tools menu, select "Delete Browsing History"
1. Pull down Tools menu, select "Start Private Browsing"
2. After you are finished looking at our website, pull down Tools menu and select "Stop Private Browsing"
1. Pull down Tools menu, select "Clear Recent History"
1. Click "Ctrl + Shift + N" to open a 'New Incognito Window" OR click on the wrench icon at the top right of the window and select "New Incognito Window"
1. Click the wrench at the top right of the window
2. Click History
3. Click the box to the left of "BlackBurn Center" and click "
Remove selected items" to only delete your history of visiting our website.
4. OR click "Clear all browsing data" to delete your entire internet browsing history