Almost 90 percent of people who participated in a new survey said they took steps to conceal their identities and their browsing history on the Internet.
A “Do Not Track” bill was introduced in Congress Friday and consumer and privacy advocates are applauding the move.
Many websites make it their business to dig up your personal data — and make it available to the general public.
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 will have a feature to block websites from tracking you.
The debate over Internet privacy continued on Thursday in Washington as a House Subcommittee looked at the feasibility of a “Do Not Track” system, for web browsing.