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How to Enable 'Do not Track' in Google Chrome

Google Chrome has feature called 'do not track' much earlier than firefox. I think this came along with chromium versions. So it is obvious that they're also releasing the browser with these settings. By default the setting is set to 'allow tracking;. If you wish to disable the setting then you need to follow this process. 



1. Go to Options > Under the Hood > Content Settings.
2. Select 'Do not allow any site to track my physical location'.
3. Once selected, you can close the dialog box.

Now you're no longer tracked on google chrome. Unless you selected the upload usage box during chrome download. There is no statistics about you sent to chrome server. So basically you're no longer tracked for advertising purpose or any other purpose from google and third parties.