Do Not Track

Do Not Track, or DNT, is a proposal that lets users opt out of tracking done by web applications, analytics tools, advertising networks and social platforms.

Learn what DNT is, how it works and how you can enable it for the following web browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer.

What is Do Not Track (DNT)

Websites (or web applications) can track your browsing behaviour to better tailor suggestions and information for you.

Do Not Track is a preferance you can set for your browser (if supported) to opt-out of online behavioural tracking.

How to enable Do Not Track


  1. Go to Preferences
  2. Go to Settings and select "Show advanced settings.."
  3. Under the Privacy title, check the "Send a Do Not Track request with your browsing traffic" box and then click OK if a pop-up appears

DNT in Google Chrome


  1. Go to Preferences
  2. Select the Privacy tab
  3. Check the box underneath the Tracking title: "Tell web sites I do not want to be tracked"

DNT in Mozilla Firefox


  1. Click on Preferences
  2. Go to the Privacy tab
  3. Check the "Ask websites not to track me" box

DNT in Apple Safari


  1. Open the Preferences menu
  2. Go to Advanced and then Security
  3. Check the "Ask websites not to track me" box

DNT in Opera

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer 9:

  1. Go to this page from
  2. Click on the link from the left column to automatically include the Tracking Protection list to your IE9
  3. When the pop-up appears, click Add List
  4. DNT in IE9

Internet Explorer 10:

  1. Open Internet Options
  2. Go to Advanced tab
  3. At the Security section, check the "Always send Do Not Track header*" box

DNT in IE10

Your Do Not Track Status

You have not enabled Do Not Track!

Learn how to enable Do Not Track for:
Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Internet Explorer