Mozilla and Google Introduce New Browser Privacy Features


In an announcement made last Monday, both Mozilla and Google have said that they plan to introduce new browser privacy features which will allow users to decide how their browsing information is used by advertising companies. The move was prompted by a recent FCC recommendation that makes it mandatory for all browsers to have a do-not-track option available to users. The recommendation is part of the new Net neutrality rules adopted by the FCC last month. Even Microsoft has agreed to comply with the directive and has announced that the next version of its Internet Explorer browser will have the required option. → Read More