Your browser can tell websites how to treat your data

 

Source: Tatum Hunter, Washington Post ( Paid Registration )

Privacy-conscious Internet surfers will soon have an additional weapon on their side.

You can’t see it working, but a special signal known as global privacy control tells every website you visit not to pass around your personal data behind your back.  Global privacy control is already tucked away in Web browser Brave and browser add-on DuckDuckGo. Soon, the Firefox browser will be adding it. Chrome users, however, must continue to wait.

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