Microsoft Drops 'Do Not Track' – Top Tech News


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Microsoft Drops 'Do Not Track'
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Redmond is getting rid of the Do Not Track (DNT) browser privacy setting, citing evolving industry standards and the implementation of those standards. DNT will no longer be turned on by default in future versions of Microsoft's browsers, the company said.
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