Firefox To Offer Do-Not-Track Tool--With One Catch

01/24/2011 01:09 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011
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Mozilla announced its Web browser will be the first to answer the FTC's call for a do-not-track system, the Wall Street Journal reports. Just one problem: In order for the browser's do-not-track feature to actually protect your privacy, tracking companies must first agree to stop monitoring users who have enabled the feature (its default setting will be "off")--and so far, no companies have announced they would do so.

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