Disable Google Analytics: Easy How to Fix Guide

By Alan Ng - Jul 16, 2010

Are you looking for an easy way to disable Google Analytics? There have been recent concerns surrounding user’s privacy when using the service, so you’ll be pleased to know that we have found a solution to disable it completely.

The guide comes to us courtesy of TechPinger, who have also explained briefly about what Google Analytics is all about for those who don’t know.

They have provided a few steps on how you can remain anonymous when browsing websites using Firefox. It is not nice to know that Google may be tracking your IP without your consent, so disabling your cookies in Firefox settings is a good way to start.

If you go to Firefox -> Tools -> CustomizeGoogle Options… -> Privacy, you’ll be able to go to a new option which will help you to block all Google Analytics cookies, on any website you visit.

Doing this step will help keep your privacy in tact and stop your data being transmitted to Google. Head over to TechPinger for the full article.

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Also See: Google Analytics app for Apple Watch, iOS 9

  • bizarroalan

    alan,
    you are retarded. your little guide is useless, there is no customisegoogleoptions in the tools menu or anywhere else

  • someguy

    That was not helpful. Thanks.