Christopher Avery and Bryan Thompson write:
The long running struggle to develop technical standards for the implementation of a do not track (DNT) specification is moving closer to completion. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) working group recently released a “last call working draft” of its tracking compliance specification. The specification would establish server-side standards for honoring a user’s DNT preference.
The draft specification would require, among other things, that a first party organization not share any “network interactions” with any third parties if the user sets the DNT preference in their browser.
Read more on DavisWrightTremaine Privacy & Security Law Blog.