Your browsing history can be seen by anyone who has access to your device and your web browser. This could include people who have physical access to your device, such as family members or friends, as well as anyone who has access to your device remotely, such as a hacker.
Your internet service provider (ISP) can also see your browsing history. ISPs collect information about the websites that their customers visit as part of their normal business operations. This information can be used for a variety of purposes, such as tracking customer behavior, providing targeted advertising, and improving network performance.
In addition, the websites that you visit may also be able to see your browsing history. When you visit a website, your browser sends information about your visit, including your IP address, the pages you visited, and your browsing history. This information can be collected and stored by the website for a variety of purposes, such as tracking user behavior, providing targeted advertising, and analyzing site traffic.
To protect your browsing history from being seen by others, you can use a private browsing mode or a VPN (Virtual Private Network). Private browsing modes do not save your browsing history or cookies, while VPNs encrypt your internet connection and route your traffic through a server in a different location, making it more difficult for third parties to see your online activity.