DoNotTrackMe simplifies tracking blocking Video
DoNotTrackMe simplifies tracking blocking Video Transcript
Panasonic is in testing stages for its Jungle portable gaming system, News Corp. is considering selling off MySpace, and Mozilla is working on a do-not-track feature for Firefox.
Do Not Track Me (formerly Do Not Track Plus) is by far the best way to stop site trackers for every browser. Keep track of how many you've blocked and even get cool graphs in the process.
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.
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.
The addiction to Pinterest has the start-up valued at $1.5 billion, Facebook's co-founder is under attack from senators for dropping his citizenship, and Twitter supports the Do-Not-Track browser feature.
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