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.