Industry Attacks "Do Not Track" Efforts

The New York Times , Monday, October 15, 2012 12:18 PM
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The “Do Not Track” movement -- which seeks to help consumers block the measurement of their online activity -- is under assault. Yes, as The New York Times reports, letters -- from members of the House of Representatives, and the Association of National Advertisers – are flying fast and furious. One of the anti-movement’s biggest targets is Microsoft, which recently made Do Not Track the default option in its forthcoming Internet Explorer 10 browser.

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