Now Appearing in Your Internet Explorer: A 'Do Not Track' Tool

Internet users concerned about their online privacy have reason to be happy today with a new privacy tool at their disposal, as long as they know how to use it. In a first for any major Web browser, the just released Internet Explorer 9 from Microsoft Corp. includes a do-not-track tool to help consumers keep their online activity from being monitored.

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Internet users concerned about their online privacy have reason to be happy today with a new privacy tool at their disposal, as long as they know how to use it. In a first for any major Web browser, the just released Internet Explorer 9 from Microsoft Corp. includes a do-not-track tool to help consumers keep their online activity from being monitored.

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