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The 'Do Not Track' Feature

Instructions are provided below to enable the 'Do Not Track' feature in any of the top five most popular web browsers.

Google Chrome

The following instructions were provided using version 42.0.2311.135 of Chrome, and therefore may be slightly different for the version you're using.

  • Click the Menu button in the top-right.
  • Click Settings.
  • Scroll down and click Show advanced settings....
  • Under Privacy, you'll see eight checkboxes. The last one, Send a "Do Not Track" request with your browsing traffic, is the checkbox you should mark if you want to enable the 'Do Not Track' feature.

Mozilla Firefox

The following instructions were provided using version 26.0 of Firefox, and therefore may be slightly different for the version you're using.

  • Click the orange Firefox button in the top-left to access the menu.
  • Click Options.
  • Click on the Privacy tab.
  • Under Tracking, you'll see three radio buttons. By default, Firefox selects the last option. To enable the 'Do Not Track ' feature, select the first option, Tell sites that I do not want to be tracked.

Opera

The following instructions were provided using version 29.0.1795.47 of Opera, and therefore may be slightly different for the version you're using.

  • Click the Opera button in the top-left to access the menu.
  • Click Settings.
  • Click on the Privacy & security option in the left-side panel.
  • Under Privacy, you'll see five checkboxes. The last one, Send a "Do Not Track" request with your browsing traffic, is the checkbox you should mark if you want to enable the 'Do Not Track' feature.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

The following instructions were provided using version 11.0.9600.17728 of Internet Explorer, and therefore may be slightly different for the version you're using.

  • Click on the Tools button in the top-right.
  • Click Internet options.
  • Click on the Advanced tab.
  • You should now see many checkboxes separated into multiple sections. Under the Security section, there will be the option, Send Do Not Track request to sites you visit in Internet Explorer. To enable the 'Do Not Track' feature, make sure this is marked.
  • Internet Explorer will then require you to restart your computer to enable this change.

Apple Safari

The following instructions were provided using version 5.1.7 of Safari, and therefore may be slightly different for the version you're using.

  • Click on the Page Menu button in the top-right, to the left of the Settings button.
  • Click Develop to bring up more options.
  • Click on Send Do Not Track HTTP Header to enable the 'Do Not Track' feature.