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PaxProSe
9 weeks ago

Yahoo announced today that it will no longer honor “do not track” requests by users and will ignore the browser setting. I am pretty annoyed by this. I don’...

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ehtan
9 weeks ago

I know that Yahoo just announced that it will ignore the Do Not Track (“DNT”) requests of visitors to its sites, but how can you tell if other websites are...

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TheCount
24 weeks ago

A new California law went into effect January 1, 2014 that governs how websites deal with online privacy. If I’m not based in California, does my website...

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