Google adds ‘Do Not Track’ to latest Chrome test build
Search giant Google has included support for the Do Not Track privacy standard in the latest Chrome developer build, released yesterday.
The search giant and browser maker previously said it would implement a solution to help prevent users’ actions from being tracked on the Web, and said it would have a solution out for Chrome and its advertising systems “by the end of the year.”
Do Not Track is a feature — slowly making its way to Web browsers — to help users opt out of tracking cookies and targeted advertisements. But advertisers fear that the privacy setting would restrict companies’…
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