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Apple Adds ‘Do Not Track’ Tool To Safari In Mac OS X Lion

Apple will reportedly be adding a “do not track” privacy tool to its Safari browser, enabling users to opt out of receiving targeted ads based on their browsing history and other information.Apple’s move to include the “do not track” feature…

Apple will reportedly be adding a “do not track” privacy tool to its Safari browser, enabling users to opt out of receiving targeted ads based on their browsing history and other information.

Apple’s move to include the “do not track” feature in Lion, the next version of Apple’s Mac operating system, singles out Google as the only major browser provider yet to offer this new privacy capability in its browser, according to the Wall Street Journal . Apple’s Safari joins Mozilla’s Firefox and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer in offering users the option to ask advertisers not to monitor their browsing habits in order to deliver targeted ads.

However, Google’s Chrome browser does offer an extension, “Keep My Opt-Outs,” which lets users permanently opt out from ad tracking cookies.

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