Using "Do Not Track"

“Do Not Track,” or DNT, is a setting that allows your browser to request that websites you visit do not collect your browsing data. This setting must be turned on in order to opt in to Acceptable Ads Without Third-Party Tracking. Please note that websites are not required to respond to this request, and many sites may still collect your browsing data even with DNT turned on. 

  1. Open Chrome

  2. In the top right corner of your browser, click the 3 vertical dots, then click Settings

  3. Under "Privacy and security," click Cookies and other site data.

  4. Turn Send a "Do not track" request with your browsing traffic on or off.

  1. Open Edge

  2. In the top right corner of your browser, click the 3 horizontal dots, then click Settings

  3. Select "Privacy and Services"

  4. Under Privacy, turn Send a "Do not track" request on or off.


  1. Open Firefox

  2. Click the 3 horizontal lines in the upper right-hand corner of your browser, fx57menu then go to Preferences > Privacy & Security.

  1. Under “Send websites a 'Do Not Track' signal that you don't want to be tracked,” select AlwaysFx65ContentBlocking-DoNotTrack

Safari (Mac)
  1. On your Mac, open the Safari app

  2. Go to Safari > Preferences, then click Privacy

  3. Select Prevent cross-site tracking to turn it on


Safari (iOS)
  1. Open the Settings menu

  2. Scroll down and select Safari

  3. Under “Privacy and Security,” toggle the Prevent Cross-Site Tracking to ON






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