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Microsoft Sets Do Not Track As Default On Internet Explorer 10

'Do Not Track' or DNT feature is not new for browsers. Mozilla is heavily promoting the DNT movement along with Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Google has agreed to add DNT feature in Chrome browsers. But, nobody has set the DNT feature on by default. But Microsoft's Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 will switch on DNT by default. Internet Explorer…
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Microsoft Bans Firefox On Windows RT

The battle of browsers are getting more intensive. Internet Explorer (IE) was the top browser of 2011. Firefox has been the first browser to challenge IE's dominance. Chrome has also gained market share over the last quarters. A new development in this war is Microsoft's decision to ban Firefox and other browsers on its new ARM-based Windows RT…
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Google Will Pay For Safari Privacy Setting Breach

In February, it was revealed that Google was bypassing Safari web browser’s privacy settings and was tracking users without their consent. Google quickly disabled its code responsible for the tracking and Apple then claimed it was “working to put a stop” to the issue. Now, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is preparing to fine Google for its…
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