Long ago Google promised that the “Do Not Track” (DNT) Chrome would be available by year’s end. Luckily for the netizens that project is progressing and came to the latest browser testing. The users testing the latest update of Chromium and may choose not to be tracked while surfing the web.
Recall that the standard of privacy “Do Not Track” allows the user activity is not tracked by cookies or advertisements. Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera already added this possibility, but Google’s progress in the field have been much slower
than their competitors. Rob Shilkin, of the Californian firm, told All Things Digital:
We committed to fulfill an agreement on DNT that the industry reached with the White House earlier this year. For this reason we are making visible the option in Chromium developer channel, to reach future versions of Chrome before year end.
The inclusion of “Do Not Track” major web browsers has generated controversy in the field of web advertising. Many companies believe that this option because it hurts the business prevents effective positioning of ads . Until Google can be affected because it has the most important platforms of today: AdWords and AdSense.
At the other extreme is Microsoft, which announced the default activation “Do Not Track” in IE10 . This even sparked criticism in the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), because not track option can only be enabled by default in the event that explicitly reflects the preferences of all users.
data security in the cloud is a topic that was on everyone’s lips lately. Dropbox was one of many companies that suffered a security breach that compromised, in part, the user information. At the time promised service activation system two-step verification for login , and fulfilled promises.
The new feature is part of the latest version Experimental Dropbox desktop client. To prove just need to install the beta software and activate through this link. Anyway, according to the developers, the official debut of this tool in all accounts is scheduled to “coming days.” two step verification Dropbox work such as Google
. The service discovers all computers unrecognizable try to access the accounts and users will have to identify with a security code. This password will be generated by an app (like Google Authenticator) or received via a text message. The company will also provide a code backup
to disable verification in cases emergency. To activate the new security layer will have to download the beta client for Dropbox from here and follow the instructions from the official site. As always, you can count on their experience with this new feature in the comments area.