Latest nightly build of Mozilla Firefox has implemented all the three-states of Do-Not-Track as described in the latest W3C specifications.
Enable Do-Not-Track (DNT HTTP Header) in popular browsers like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Opera.
After facing lots of criticism from privacy advocates, Google has brought support for Do-Not-Track (DNT) HTTP header in the latest Chromium build.
Apparently, Twitter.com has started supporting Do Not Track (DNT) HTTP header which allows users to opt-out of the online behavioral tracking.
Maxthon, the browser we recently discovered as the top performer on HTML5test.com, has added support for Do Not Track system. The latest version of Maxthon, Maxthon 126.96.36.1990, sends DNT HTTP header with every request in WebKit mode.
Mozilla has launched Collusion add-on for Firefox which visualizes online tracking in real time as the users browse the internet. This experimental add-on is being developed with the support of Ford Foundation, and Mozilla wants to spread awareness regarding online tracking with this add-on.
This is another great step for Mozilla’s “Do Not Track” initiative: Mozilla has announced to implement DNT settings to its mobile operating system, Boot to Gecko. With this implementation, users will be able to change tracking settings for installed mobile browsers and apps.
Several online advertisement companies including Google have agreed to support “Do Not Track” system to allow users to opt-out from the online behavioral advertising and tracking. Chrome browser, the only major browser without DNT support, will also get option to enable DNT soon.
A recently released snapshot build of Opera 12 (Wahoo) has added support for “Do not Track”. This feature is disabled by default and users can enable it to send DNT HTTP header.