do-not-track-chrome on Flickr.
Looks like “Do Not Track” has become the keyword in the market, IE 10 making it default; Firefox “secretly” introduced it with version 9.0. And not surprisingly Google says chrome will support “Do not track by the end of this year”, not surprisingly the most reluctant guy to get on board. However there is a chrome extension to make it work for you. You can also enable “do not track” in IE 9. I’m planning to test them all and see how real they are.
By enabling this to not track option in each of the browser you basically state that you do not want your cookies to be shared with third parties. But then that might change your inter-site browsing experience for better or worse!
Read more on Do not track at tektab.com/do-not-track-ie-firefox-chrome-who-is-on-your-…