WP DoNotTrack stops plugins/ themes from adding tracking code or cookies, protecting visitor privacy and providing performance and security benefits.
Starting with version 0.8.0, WP DoNotTrack supports conditional tracking based on cookies. There currently are two approaches to do this:
Although whitelist is more robust and future-proof, it might break things in both frontend and wp-admin. If you don't want to test extensively and you're not sure to begin with, start out going blacklist first.
Superclean is not yet available if you're only enabling WP DoNotTrack for people who configured their browsers to do so (conditional filtering based on the donottrack-header) or who opted out with a cookie. This might become available in the future, but there's caching plugins to take into account when combining conditional filtering with SuperClean.
Just tell me, I like the feedback and in general I'll reply within a couple of hours. Use the Contact-page on my blog, leave a comment in a post about DoNotTrack or post about it on the wordpress.org plugin forum