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 December 1, 2010  Business, Online

Daniel Bates reports:

The makers of the web-browser Firefox are working on a system which will allow Internet users to stop themselves from being tracked on-line.

Mozilla wants to build a mechanism which will allow people to opt out of companies secretly monitoring which websites they visit, currently a common practice.

Internet giants like Google and Facebook use such information to sell targeted adverts and make money without ever asking the consent of the user.

Read more in the Daily Mail

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