Will my ISP tell my parents?
Depending on your jurisdiction, your ISP may be prohibited from monitoring the website you visit or your ISP may be required to do so. Whether your father can access this information is another matter. Read also : How does dark web look like?. Basically, you don’t provide enough information for us to give you a meaningful answer to this question.
Can your ISP expose you? Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can see everything you do online. They can track things like which websites you visit, how much time you spend on them, the content you watch, the device you’re using, and your geographic location.
Will your ISP Protect Your privacy?
No ISP can withhold information if the agent requesting it has a legal warrant, but your ISP can still protect your privacy by minimizing how much identifying data it retains on its servers and for how long.
Can you get internet history from ISP?
ISPs cannot see which specific pages on that site you visit (everything after the ‘/’). ISPs cannot see what you are looking for or what you type in forms. ISPs can still see the domain of the website you are visiting (everything up to the ‘/’).
Can the police track a VPN?
Police cannot track live encrypted VPN traffic, but if they have a court order, they can go to your ISP (Internet Service Provider) and ask for connection or usage logs. To see also : Can the government look at your internet history?. Since your ISP knows you are using a VPN, they can direct the police to them.
Can my IP address be tracked if I use a VPN? No, your web traffic and IP can no longer be tracked. However, if you use a low quality VPN, you can still be tracked.
Does a VPN block tracking?
A VPN by itself prevents you from being tracked by your IP address, but it does not block ad or cookie trackers, nor does it prevent browser fingerprinting. Read also : Is Tor illegal?.
Can the person who pays for internet see your history?
Yes, potentially your WiFi provider or a WiFi owner can see what websites you visit.
Can the account holder see my internet history? No, they cannot see your text content or browser history or anything other than call logs and text and the amount of data used.
Can the person who pays for Wi-Fi see the history?
Well, the short answer to the question is yes. Almost all Wi-Fi routers keep logs of the websites that connected devices are visiting. Only the Wi-Fi owner is allowed to check Wi-Fi router logs to understand which logged in user visited which websites.