The New York Times agrees ;)

Writing about do-not-track, the New York Times agrees with my post “Do-Not-Track? Not so much” from January 25. Money quote:

“ ‘Do Not Track’ is a misnomer. It’s not an accurate depiction of what’s going on,” said Stuart P. Ingis, the head of the Digital Advertising Alliance, a trade group representing the advertising industry, which regards consumer behavior as crucial to its business. “This is stopping some data collection, but it’s not stopping all data collection.”

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