re: Google Chrome To Get 'Do Not Track'
So, basically what's going to happen here is that the user is going to have the choice to toggle the Do Not Track option in their browser - and then those who stand to profit from DNT being turned off have the option of ignoring the setting?
Perfect! Let's give the users a "warm fuzzy" for configuring their browser to improve their privacy and the ad servers and agencies a chance to keep their revenue streams going. Win-win, right?
And from a technology standpoint, how does Fielding plan on handling a scenario where a user does set the DNT in IE10? How does that look any different than the browser simply being run with a default configuration?