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EFF’s Privacy Badger tells you when websites ignore ‘Do Not Track’ settings

OK, so this badger isn’t actually a real animal, but rather the namesake behind the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s new Privacy Badger browser plug-in, which launched last night.

The background: Major web browser makers have been working with advertisers on a feature that gives people the option to tell the sites they visit not to track their activity. This option, called Do Not Track, has been in development for several years, but is not yet supported by every website.

Friday, May 2, 2014
Venture Beat

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