puddingebola tips news that support for the 'do-not-track' privacy setting will soon be coming to Google Chrome
. The feature was implemented for Chromium v23.0.1266.0 in a recent revision
. Google has said DNT will make it into the public release of Chrome by the end of year
. This will bring Chrome up to speed with Firefox, which has had it
for a while, and IE 10, which will have it turned on by default
. As for why Google is the last of the three do implement it, the LA Times points out a post earlier this year
from Google's Susan Wojcicki: 'There’s been a lot of debate over the last few years about personalization on the web. We believe that tailoring your web experience — for example by showing you more relevant, interest-based ads, or making it easy to recommend stuff you like to friends — is a good thing.'"