Google Joins Do-Not-Track Trend With Newest Chrome Browser

Law360, New York (September 14, 2012, 9:38 PM EDT) -- Google Inc. unveiled a version of its Chrome Web browser Thursday that for the first time supports a mechanism that allows users to block online tracking, becoming the last major browser to join the self-regulatory movement being pushed by the Federal Trade Commission.

Despite committing to the growing do-not-track movement in February, the online giant had failed in previous versions of Chrome to enable the header that sends a signal to websites that users don't want their online activity tracked for behavioral advertising and other purposes....
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