recently announced plans to incorporate “Do Not Track” features
into their browsers. What this means is that users are finally afforded a simple opportunity to opt out of having their Internet activities tracked by marketers.
While it is great to see these companies finally start to take consumer’s privacy seriously, these are by no means the only tools available to consumers. We’ve compiled a list of free or mostly free tools that are to install, either as an add-on to your current browser or as stand-alone software. We’ve also included tools that you can use to privatize you mobile computing experience, regardless of whether it is an iPhone, Blackberry, Android, or Windows Phone 7 device.
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