How to turn on "Do not track" in browser


I'm using Chrome. Thanks for the help.

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Christopher Nerney
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Here's a link to search results on the Chrome app store (mentioned by StillADotcommer) for "do not track," in case you want to shop around or read some reviews...

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The easy way is go to the Google Chrome App store, or whatever they call it, and add an extension to Chrome.  There are a few different options there, I personally use the AVG Do Not Track extension because I use their anti-virus suite and trust them more than some developer I don't know anything about. The others probably are fine, to be fair, but like they say, just because you are paranoid, doesn't mean that they aren't watching you!


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Check the Chrome extensions available. I think you can find some very robust tools that will help provide a greater range of tracking protection.

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