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Google Chrome Introduces Do Not Track 110

sfcrazy writes "Google has started rolling out the latest update to its Chrome browser which brings the 'do not track' option to users. With this move Google has joined major browsers who support this standard. Just like other browsers Google allows users to enable it."
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Google Chrome Introduces Do Not Track

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