Facebook is making the headlines this week, and not just because its IPO is expected to be completed late Thursday. SlashGear reports that Facebook may begin to serve ads on third-party sites in the future.
Less than 1% of Firefox users have activated the "Do not track" option in the latest version of the browser according to the Future of Privacy Forum think tank. Jules Polonetsky, founder of the think thank based his claim on information from two unnamed ad networks who gave access to their data. Polonetsky also reports that some ad networks are recording how many times their servers are told not to track a site's user.