April 17, 2011

Latest Safari Browser Equipped with Anti-Tracking Device

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Safari is now one of the popular browser that will install anti-tracking device as one of its features.

So far the feature is currently being tested by the developer. But if everything goes according to plan, the feature will be incorporated into the latest version for Mac OS X (Lion) which will be launched this summer. As quoted from Net-Security, on Friday (15/04/2011).

Among the four most popular browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Chrome, Google just has not decided to add anti-tracking feature on its Chrome browser.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Google told me they were still under discussion, whether to use the feature or not.

However, a Google spokesman said that they offer a feature add-on for Chrome called 'Keep My Opt-outs', which allows users to choose their data may or not be used for Internet advertising.

Safari is a browser developed by Apple Inc. and has been included as part of the Mac operating system OS X. Until now, Safari has entered into series 5.


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