Which Browsers Do and Don't Use "Do Not Track"

Just one month after the federal government issued calls for a "Do Not Track" option to regulate online advertising, both Mozilla and Google announced that they will be offering up ways for Firefox and Chrome users to opt out of behavioral tracking. But where can consumers find the new features, what exactly do they offer, and will they really work?

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Just one month after the federal government issued calls for a “Do Not Track” option to regulate online advertising, both Mozilla and Google announced that they will be offering up ways for Firefox and Chrome users to opt out of behavioral tracking. But where can consumers find the new features, what exactly do they offer, and will they really work?

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