Twitter announces “Do Not Track” feature for Firefox users – Breaking news

According to the tweet by Twitter, the Federal Trade Commission’s CTO, Ed Felten, announced that Twitter will now support “Do Not Track” feature. Enabling this feature will prevent Twitter from collecting information about its users via the browser cookies. The users can enable this feature in their Firefox browser. This feature in Firefox will only work if the website agrees to it. This breaking news was announced by Twitter on Thursday and the option will let its users to opt out of being tracked. According to the reports from Mashable, the feature was announced by Twitter after the March’s report from Federal Trade Commission, requesting the services to stop tracking the user’s information.

Firefox don't track feature
Firefox don’t track feature

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