The online ad community has been up in arms since late last month when Mozilla announced its new policy that would block third-party cookies in Firefox by default, cutting out ad networks from being able to track online browsing behaviors.
The Do Not Track opt-in option will be a part of the major web browsers by the end of this year; when websites will follow suit is a far different story and may take months or years to happen. But this is a burgeoning privacy issue.
Technology isn't something I was interested in in until recently. In fact, the word "technology" didn't become a part of my vocabulary until I became a student at Hudson High School of Learning Technologies.