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Google backs ‘Do Not Track’, Twitter speaks out on French parody censorship complaints and Google adds artificial language Esperanto to its Translate product. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Google Chrome will support Do Not Track, as advertisers back the Web privacy drive: Read more

Twitter answers accusations of censorship for closing French anti-Sarkozy accounts: Read more

Google adds Esperanto to Google Translate, making it the 64th supported language. Neniel!: Read more

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