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Mozilla Adds Do-Not-Track Feature To Firefox 4 Pre-Beta Builds 89

Posted by Soulskill
from the hitting-the-ground-running dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Mozilla cranked out a new version of Firefox 4 (Beta 11-pre) that includes the proposed do-not-track feature. Both the nightly builds and latest trunk builds integrate the do-not-track feature. You could accuse Mozilla of wasting time with Firefox 4 beta-testing, but this feature certainly has surfaced fast."
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Mozilla Adds Do-Not-Track Feature To Firefox 4 Pre-Beta Builds

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  • by commodore6502 (1981532) on Tuesday February 01, 2011 @09:40AM (#35066694)

    >>>Having a browser with a feature that no one else uses!

    When Netscape first introduced the concept of Inline Pictures, or Frames, or Blink, nobody had ever used them before either. But the web quickly adapted.

    (Still not sure why blink was deprecated. How am I supposed to design a website header that mimics Neon signs?)

Numeric stability is probably not all that important when you're guessing.

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