Chrome gets "Do Not Track," with a caveat

11/8/2012 | ZDNet

Google's Chrome browser now comes fitted with a "Do Not Track" option -- but also carries a warning that the function might not work perfectly. The industry is still debating the extent to which "Do Not Track" should shield surfers from targeting and tracking, so Google can't promise complete protection, says Google engineer Ami Fischman. "The effectiveness of such requests is dependent on how websites and services respond," she explains.

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