Finally Google Adds Do-Not-Track privacy setting to Chrome

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Did you ever notice that, After browsing any targeted websites like (games, online shopping, wallpapers websites etc), you start receiving spam email in your inbox, yes, this is because of many websites tracked their visitors and then used it for targeted advertising.

Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari browsers already support Do Not Track setting, but google chrome is lack of this privacy setting.

Finally a bit later, Google adds Do-Not-Track privacy settings to its latest chromium releases, download the patch that adds a Do Not Track header to HTTP requests if the preference “do_not_track” is enabled.

This Google Chrome Do Not Track privacy setting help user to opt-out from the targeted visitor and keep your identity safe. According to Google, “The Do Not Track HTTP request header (“DNT: 1″) expresses a user’s preference to opt out of web tracking.”

Do Not Track(DNT) work same like as Do Not Disturb(DND),, which also opt out you from spam/unwanted sms and calls. Google had already agreed to add DNT after a request from White House earlier this year.

Google had already agreed to add DNT after a request from White House earlier this year.

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