Do Not Track?
An illustrated guide by
You may have heard about "Do Not Track."
It is a Web browser setting
that sends your tracking preference to Web sites.
You'd think turning on the “Do Not Track” setting
would make the Web sites you visit not track you.
But it doesn't.
Do Not Track has two major holes:
First, Do Not
really means Do Not
so you're still being
all over the net —
you're just not seeing
some of the time.
Second, it is
so Web sites
In other words,
it is ineffective
It should either have a different name,
or work like the United States
Do Not Call list
After all, it's called Do Not Track.
Anything short of not tracking is misleading.
, we are a search engine
does not track you
“distinguishes itself with a ‘We do not track or bubble you!’ policy.”
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