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    Google Chrome Adds ‘Do Not Track’ Privacy Tools

    Dec 12, 2012
    Google updated its Chrome web browser to version 23 to include Do Not Track, which is disabled by default.

    Google updated its Chrome web browser to version 23 to include Do Not Track, which is disabled by default. According to webmonkey.com, the updates add support for GPU-accelerated video and a new, easier way to manage a website’s cookies and permissions. The new cookie control, reports the article, is Google’s first official support for the Do Not Track privacy header. Chrome is the last browser to add support for Do Not Track.

    http://www.webmonkey.com/2012/11/chrome-23-skidoos-out-of-beta/

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