Mar 102011
 
 March 10, 2011  Posted by  Online

Jonathan Mayer writes:

Do Not Track is on its way to becoming an Internet standard. In collaboration with Sid Stamm at Mozilla we’ve submitted an Internet-Draft to the IETF, specifying both the HTTP header syntax and the requirements for compliance.

This is just the beginning of the IETF’s process and the evolution of the draft. But it’s a transformative moment for web privacy: Do Not Track is now a formal standards proposal. Every browser, advertising network, analytics service, and social plug-in provider has a clear instruction manual on how to implement Do Not Track.

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