Recently, the exploitation of personal information while web surfing has grown to a gigantic proportion. While companies that collect this information have only considered to sell it for a profit, they probably have yet to fully understand how to manipulate it to their advantage.
In the meantime, Mozilla, the company the brings FireFox to the masses, has offered up a few tools to help you prevent this tracking. They also now offer a way to “Tell websites I do not want to be tracked”. Safari now offers something for their users like this, called Do Not Track Plus. It is a free download at their website which would probably be a great addition to a cookie cleaner extension of choice.
Add it today. It will help your enterprise protect itself on laptops and desktops.