Microsoft claims disabling Do Not Track will protect your browsing privacy


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Microsoft is reversing its Do Not Track approach on the Project Spartan browser when Windows 10 arrives this summer, the company said in a statement. The Windows-maker cited compliance with the latest industry standards as a reason for the change. Do Not Track (DNT) will no longer be enabled by default in future browser versions, including Project Spartan . Unless users expressly enable DNT ...

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