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DNT browser update – The Do Not Track Plus plugin

March 1, 2012


There appears to be many choices when it comes to using Do Not Track (DNT) extensions/add-ons with browsers. Until recently I hadn’t found one extension/add-on* that I could really truly say is easy to use and does what it says without slowing my browser experience.

TIP: Google Universal Do Not Track can still be used for some purposes such as “market research” and “product development”. I therefore suggest you consider the DNT plugin reviewed in this post.

Well, I think I have found it. It is browser plugin called Do Not Track Plus from a company called Abine. If you don’t know what DNT is then I’d suggest you take a peek at their excellent short video*Did you know? Each browser plugin refers to plugin tools differently: i.e. Chrome and Safari call them ‘extensions’ and Firefox refers to them as ‘add-ons’. Read more…Comments

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