Nov 052012
 November 5, 2012  Posted by  Business, Online

Taylor Amerding reports:

… But so far, there haven’t been any loud complaints from advertising advocates about a lack of choice in systems (including Apple’s iO6) that have tracking enabled by default. It is when it is disabled by default — as is the case with IE10 — that “choice” becomes a very hot button.

Read more on Computerworld. I’ve already covered some of this before on the blog, but if you haven’t kept up with the different statements issued by different parties, Taylor’s article will give you a quick update on who’s said what.

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