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These days, every second that you spend online is tracked and recorded. It can be difficult to not leave a virtual paper trail of web pages you've browsed and sites you've visited. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi provides a few simple tips for keeping your browsing private.
Abine's DoNotTrack Plus add-on revamps as DoNotTrackMe, simplifying its robust tracking protection while providing you with more info on how Web sites follow your every move.
Concerned about growing incursions into your privacy? Do Not Track Plus is a new browser add-on that clamps down on reckless site tracking--including by Facebook, Google, and Twitter.
Google recently added a "Do Not Track" option in Chrome that will potentially keep your browsing activity a little more private. The browser will now send a "do not track" request to Web sites while browsing, which should prevent targeted advertising on your machine.
Because many wild animals are nocturnal and wary of humans, it can be extremely difficult for naturalists to observe their behavior or keep track of species populations. But now wildlife biologists are turning to high technology to capture every furry footstep and each flap of a wing. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Sharon Vaknin reveals some tips for making secure passwords and shows you the best ways to keep track of them all.
Wish you knew where all your computing time went? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica introduces Personal Activity Monitor, which keeps track of the apps you've been using the most.
Many people use Google for a multitude of online activities, but what is the company actually keeping track of? Veronica tells it like it is on today's Tekzilla Daily Tip.
Want to edit your photos without having to download some messy software? We'll show you where you can check out the newest version of photoshop right in your browser. Plus, Peter Gabriel is launching a music service trying to compete with the likes of Last.FM, find out what it is and why the musician hopes to break into the dot-com world. And, YouTube is adding stats tracking to their site, find out what publishers will be able to know and how you can start tracking stats.