Will you stop visiting Yahoo websites since they stopped complying with “Do Not Track?”
PaxProSe 16 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’t spend a lot of time on any of Yahoo’s sites, but now I’m going to spend less. I consider this a blatant disregard for even a modicum of personal privacy. Will this impact how you view Yahoo and whether you visit their sites?
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