Internet Explorer 9 Receives Tracking Protection

By | December 9, 2010 | 1 Comment


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The upcoming Internet Explorer 9 RC build (set for an early 2011 release) will include a couple of tracking protection features, Microsoft revealed earlier this week.

According to the official video, Tracking Protection will allow users to discover, who is tracking their activity, while Tracking Protection Lists provides them with a solution to easily block such sites from requesting their data.

Recent Federal Trade Commission (FTC) report might have an impact on Microsoft’s decision for such feature implementation.

Thanks, RamaSubbu SK.


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  • nvm

    Wow, that looked complicated, complex and confusing. A bit like Firefox Panorama is complicated, complex and confusing, except uglier.