Why did Google go “do not track”?

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Up on the TAP Blog today, I have a post on Google’s moves to make it easier for users to opt out of tracking technologies for advertising.

2 Responses to "Why did Google go “do not track”?"
  1. I clicked your link but got an error. Strong article about this do not track feature over at mashable. I wonder what portion of Facebook users are also firefox / chrome users. The next thing I wonder if how Facebook will adjust to these privacy options…

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