As you reach this article, it’s clear that you’re a privacy freak who wants to block ISP tracking.
Indeed, you reserve the right to care about your privacy. Hence, the Internet Service Provider (ISP) should ideally limit its functionalities to provide you with internet connectivity.
However, in real-time, ISPs frequently cross their boundaries to the extent of tracking you. And they can log your data and then use it for whatever reason they want.
In short, you can hide your browsing history from your parents, family, teacher, or employer. But you cannot hide it from your ISP, which tracks and shares your data with others.
Sounds scary, right?