Following the competitors, Google has finally started implementing a much requested and widely anticipated, “Do Not Track” feature.
According to one of the Google’s spokesmen, the search giant has “undertook to honor an agreement on DNT that the industry reached with the White House early this year. To that end we’re making this setting visible in our Chromium developer channel, so that it will be available in upcoming versions of Chrome by year’s end.”
Although DNT standard is still in a draft state, there has been quite a debate about the default setting. While both the EU and Microsoft are in favor of going against the grain and protecting the consumers, other browser makers seem to follow the “current” implementation, which is: protect the advertisers.
You can grab Google Chrome with DNT in the Chromium web site.
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