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Warning: Anyone with access to your computer can tell what internet sites you have visited. If you are the victim of domestic violence, for example, and you are researching how to get help through the Internet, you should be aware that anyone with access to your home computer may be able to discover websites you have visited, through your web browser's cache or history functions. In this instance, it may be safer to access the Internet at a local library or other public place. Keep in mind, however, that computers at public locations may also store website information that you cannot control. If in doubt, you should contact a local domestic violence program or information provider. Local contact information can be obtained by contacting the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE.