If you're paranoid about ad networks tracking your behavior and compiling a file on your tastes somewhere, there's good news. Google Chrome's developer build finally got built-in Do Not Track functionality, meaning Chrome will finally join the club with Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer.
It's no secret that social networks collect huge amounts of personal information from you. Now Twitter will give you a choice in the matter.
If you find hyper-targeted web ads to be really, really creepy like I do, you'll be happy to know that the OS X Lion version of Safari will follow the lead of Firefox by preventing online ad-networks from being able to track your browsing history. That means no more dating sites advertising your future soulmate who…
Congress is getting behind a policy "rethink" regarding online privacy, including the implementation of an FTC-enforced "Do Not Track" list. Such a list would allow shoppers to opt-out of advertising and behavioral tracking that follows customers from item to item.