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New Google Beta Tool Allows Website Visitors To Opt Out of Your Google Analytics Data

26 May 2010 No Comment

On Tuesday (5/25/2010) Google  introduced a tool that will let users opt-out of having their Web activity submitted to Google Analytics.

Users can download and install a desktop browser add-on that will stop data from being sent from their computer when visiting a Web site that uses Google Analytics Javascript to track traffic.

It currently works on Internet Explorer (versions 7 and 8), Google Chrome (4.x and higher), and FireFox  (3.5 and higher).

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