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 June 1, 2012  Posted by  Business, Online

Although not all consumers are impressed, at least some people are pleased with Microsoft’s decision to use default DNT in IE10 for Windows 8. Tony Bradley reports:

Microsoft has rattled online advertisers by enabling the ‘Do Not Track’ technology by default in the Windows 8 Release Preview. Despite what the “trackers” might think, though, the “trackees” will appreciate that Microsoft is being more proactive about protecting privacy, and putting control in the hands of the users.

Read more on PCWorld.

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