Does “Do Not Track” Protect Your Privacy?


All of the big modern browsers offer a Do Not Track feature — you tick a box in the settings, and your browser lets every website you visit know that you don’t want to be tracked across the Internet. It seems like a great idea, but does it really protect your privacy? Do websites respect your wishes? Or does it simply provide a false sense of security that might have some people not protecting themselves adequately? Let’s take a look at the evidence. What Is “Do Not Track”? First, let’s make sure we’re all on the same page when it comes…

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