Google loosens its tie.
Back in June, the software giant has enabled the “Do Not Track” attribute by default on its IE10 web browser, then, following a huge uproar from the advertising agencies, W3C have decided to update their DNT specifications and asked web browser makers to have DNT disabled during initial software launch.
Few weeks later, the EU has also noted the importance of the “Do Not Track” feature and joined Microsoft’s side.
Now, it looks like the Final version of the Internet Explorer 10 will indeed ship with DNT and unless customers chose “Customize” (instead of “Express Settings”) option, it will remain on by default.
It should be also noted that the DNT specifications are not finalized and anything can happen.
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