Google Chrome Help states that the users who browse use a private mode then other people who will use the device will not be able to see or track any of those activities. Chrome does not save any of the browsing history or other information entered in forms. The site data and cookies are remembered while the user is browsing; however, it will get deleted when the user exit the incognito mode. Further, it says that the incognito mode stops the chrome from further saving the browsing activities. However, some of it says that the incognito mode stops the chrome from saving the browsing activity.
The activities that might be still visible to the other users are websites the user visit, such as the resources and ads used on the sites your school, employer, or whoever further runs the network that the user has been using. A new study states that Google likes getting quite personal even after the user are on the hush-hush incognito page. The readings through the study findings, they cannot blame if the user conclude that you may as well be the superstar thinking the big sunglasses, which will fool the users from chasing the user at the airport.
The research study, named DuckDuckGo says that the Filter Bubble states that how Google has been influencing what the user clicks. The DDG reckons that it is not possible even for the logged out users of Google search. This is even for the users who are browsing making use of the incognito mode so as to avert their online activity that are being used by the Google in order to program and thus further shape that the results they see.