Internet Titans Reportedly Support Adding Do-Not-Track Buttons to Browsers


The Wall Street Journal is out with a report that may surprise many people following the privacy policies set by giant Internet companies. According to the report, “a coalition of Internet giants” is supporting a plan to embed do-not-track buttons in most major browsers. Here’s the big news, though: Google is reportedly leading the charge. If the report pans out, this would be a major reversal of previous privacy policy stances from many of the largest Internet companies, and users would likely applaud the move.

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