Used by over a million people, Disconnect lets you visualize & block the invisible websites that track you
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“Disconnect Kids makes managing online privacy easy.” – The Washtington Post
“We liked Disconnect Kids and would highly recommend!”
– Fun Educational Apps
Named a must-have Firefox add-on of 2013 by Lifehacker
Named a must-have Chrome extension of 2013 by Lifehacker
“Don’t want trackers watching your activity? This startup’s
for you.” – Forbes
“Adds speed when you’re zipping around the web. Win-win.”
– USA TODAY
“A Jedi for your privacy.” – WUSA
Named the best anti-tracking extension by Lifehacker
Winner of Best Technology at the Launch Conference
We crawl the web to find the companies that track people, then
Disconnect blocks those companies’ tracking requests in your browser.
Click the items below to learn more about Disconnect’s features.
• Click Hide inactive sites
in the sidebar to view the graph for just the current site. • Click a blocked site in the graph to unblock the site.
Collusion add-on detected! Reload this page to see your graph.
When you visit this site, the following sites are informed:
This site is informed when you visit the following sites:
The toolbar button lives at the top of your
browser and shows you the total number of tracking requests on
every page you go to. Green means all the requests on a page are
blocked. Gray means some are unblocked. Click the button to see
and block or unblock the requests.
The dropdown shows you the number of tracking
requests on a page by company. Green or checked means the
requests are blocked. Gray or unchecked means they’re unblocked.
Click any icon or checkbox to block or unblock requests.
The navbar links to helpful pages – like this
Common tracking sites
Common tracking sites – Facebook, Google, and
Twitter – are shown separately to make them easy to block or
unblock. Click any icon to block or unblock a site.
Other tracking sites
Other tracking sites are shown by category –
advertising, analytics, social networking, and content – and
company. Click any arrow to show or hide the companies in a
category. Click any icon to block or unblock a category. Click
any checkbox to block or unblock a company.
Note: Content contains requests for resources
like YouTube videos and Flickr photos that may track you but
that, without, most people would consider pages broken. This
category and the companies inside aren’t blocked by default
(other filtering apps don’t block them either). We don’t
recommend blocking the category or companies because of the
potential to break pages.
The options let you change Disconnect’s
The Whitelist site or
Blacklist site button lets you unblock or
block all the requests on the site you’re on. Your preference
will be remembered the next time you go to the site.
The Visualize page button lets you graph the
requests on the site you’re on. See that view for more
The dashboard shows you Disconnect’s effect on
the page you’re on – the time and bandwidth you saved and the
number of Wi-Fi requests you secured. Click the Facebook or
Twitter icons to share these stats with your friends.
A little app that makes the web a lot better
Watch this video to find out how