Internet Explorer 10 Makes Anti-Tracking Functionality Default

Friday, June 1st, 2012
 
Microsoft’s upcoming browser gives in to the fervent hopes of ad-irate netizens, much to the chagrin of web advertisers. The company announced that Internet Explorer 10 will have “Do Not Track” functionality turned on by default. This prevents third-party companies to track down what users search and navigate for, which would have been used to provide targeted advertisements on web pages. Micros
 

“Do Not Track” Preference Included in Internet Explorer 9

Friday, March 18th, 2011
 
Microsoft has announce that its newest Web browser, Internet Explorer 9, will support Do Not Track. This privacy feature, which was developed by Mozilla, asks users whether they want websites to follow their online activity. Apart from that feature, Microsoft will also add its own Tracking Protection Lists to the IE9 to fully protect consumers. The TPL forcibly blocks tracking by unapproved sites. The anti-track