Google Chrome to have Do Not Track feature


Popular Google browser Chrome will soon support the ‘Do Not Track’ feature, which is a privacy setting . The new feature will allow the users to tell online advertising companies if they want to receive tracking cookies used to target online ads.

The support for the Do Not Track has been implemented on version 23.0.1266.0 as of build 156627.But the Google Chrome is yet to add DNT to its developer channel. The feature was proposed by the security researchers and software engineers in the year 2009 and DNT first appeared in the Fire Fox Mozilla browser and subsequently in Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari and Opera.